Dreaming and imagining

Sunday, February 14, 2010

It"s been one week, and two days, since I got back from Vino 2010 and although tons of snow has left us dazed and bedraggled, I have been vehemently (okay, just let me off the hook with that) working on my intended projects. Those entail several television concepts, a couple larger wine tastings, and attending Vini Italy 2010 in Verona.

But along the way, I have been having dreams, and I have also been imagining. It"s normal for me to dream, and in fact, pull in people and places from various parts of my life that have no connections with one another. I dreamed of hanging out with friends from college just like the old days, and fired off an email to them. I dreamed of coming up with a solution for a major bike storage facility for commuters (hey man, it was a dream) but it had Al and me also doing the wine and food for the event; this stuff is invading my dreams!

I imagined being in Italy and driving, or being driven in one of their high-end sports cars. I can see Al and myself wowing people in some of our stops along the way, as well as at wherever we stay in Italy if we can make it there (one producer that I met does have a bed & breakfast in Verona). I will see if we can swing a deal with an airline as well.

Dreams and imagination are needed, and if you can see it, you can achieve it... as long as you work on it. So, I am trying to now manifest! Stay tuned.

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