Nov. 11, 2019
by Douglas Blaine Matthews (author's profile)



Dear Reader,
Hey! I hope you are doing well.

Back to dreams...

My daydreams often end up with me working out how I'll get started re-acclimating myself back into society. If I were to get my freedom back one day... Solving those problems that might arise like a place to live, a job, a car, basic necessities you know.

And then after I've found stability with those I begin to weave into the dream how I'd reintroduce myself to my child, and that often has the most obstacles. It's what's most important to me, so I'm a bit hyper-aware, I guess you could say, of all the things that could go wrong. But I eventually work it all out and become the world's greatest father to the world's greatest child. :)

After that, I'd begin working on romance and career success. Sometimes I get it all situated in days or a couple weeks. It's my dream :) but reality is always there, knocking. If I get too far away from it. And I normally fall asleep around this point. If not, I'll just fall into one of those topics and drift off from there.

I think we learn from our dreams. It's like meditation and the more that I dream of these desires, the more likely I'll succeed at them if given the opportunity.

What do you think? Do we learn from our dreams? Even if we don't remember them? I think we do.

Until next time.

Yours truly,


Replies Replies feed

We will print and mail your reply by . Guidelines

Other posts by this author


Get notifications when new letters or replies are posted!

Posts by Douglas Blaine Matthews: RSS email me
Comments on “Untitled”: RSS email me
Featured posts: RSS email me
All Between the Bars posts: RSS