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I love daydreaming. I get a lot of ideas, but that is simply because I’m a daydreamer. I have to admit that I have a weakness for the dark-light cycle. I often get inspired to do things I never would normally try. I’m always getting ideas that I never thought of.

My daydreams are actually quite varied. Some days I make up little stories about what could happen and how it could be really cool. Other days my mind is full of ideas that I can’t seem to put into words (for the very good reason that Im not a great writer.

In the last twenty years I’ve been a writer. I’ve made a lot of short stories and novels. I’ve published three comics, one of which was the book “The Daydreamer” that has been in my collection for over 10 years. I also have a collection of stories and other media that Im trying to complete. I always try to do things I would never do, but Im a daydreamer too.

I’ve been a writer for over thirty years now, and I’ve written over a thousand short stories, as well as a dozen novels and short stories, and I’m still not completely sure what in the hell I’m doing. I think maybe I’m just a daydreamer.

I feel like Im a daydreamer because when I wake up I just feel like Im writing. I feel like maybe Im writing because I have to write, or maybe Im writing because I just feel like writing, and Im doing it and Im just thinking about the ideas Im trying to write. I think Im writing because I wouldnt have it any other way.

Im sure there are other reasons as well, such as feeling like something is coming and Im trying to write about what Im feeling. But that’s really the only way it feels like Im working. I mean, its not like Im sitting there doing nothing, just not writing. Im just writing. I think Im just a daydreamer.

Just a daydreamer? That is the only explanation that makes sense.

When you write, you’re in a daydream, and at some point you just realize that’s not really you writing. You’re not writing, you’re just dreaming, and the best part is, it’s not like you write just to sit there and not write. You write because it feels good, but not just for you.

Daydreaming makes you feel good, but not just for you. It’s like when you’re driving and you see a pretty girl riding on the back of an old bus, and you’re so turned on you just have to look at her. It’s a good feeling, but its not just for you. It’s for the bus and for the guy driving it.

You see, we all have daydreams. Whether we recognize it or not, we do. We always have. The difference is, whether we recognize it or not, we make them happen, we tell them to happen. When we don’t recognize them, we just have them.

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