About Dreaming…

I know the image of an old person is generally not linked to a dreamer but that is just what this blog is all about. Many think old people are just supposed to “sit back and watch”, their dream days are behind them. To that I say poppycock…. 🙂

Dreaming is a lifelong process that never ends. My earliest dreams were to try to touch the sky, hence the name for this blog. For some reason I have always been attracted to looking up. Even as a very young boy in the 1950s  I could be found lying in the grass on a summer night looking up at the stars and dreaming about them and what the future might hold for me.  I was just a dreamy kid and have been all my life.  The sky to me was, and still is, the epitome of beauty. How could all those bright lights up there just be hanging in the sky so many miles away? How could those clouds be anything but cotton balls? Those nights in the dewy grass started me on a lifelong journey that will not end until I take my last breath.

Dreaming is a natural process for all of us. Some of us embrace it and some of us allow the dark sides of life to stifle it. Without dreams there are no ambitions. Without dreams there is no future. This blog is about dreams and how to grab them and not let go.  If you want to get a glimpse into my dreamworld then come back here often. Maybe you will be inspired by my sixty plus years of dreams.

One thing this blog will NOT be about it the negative side of life. I will seriously try to leave that behind when I enter  ToTouchtheSky. Negativity has no place in my dreams and neither does fear which is also so prevalent in today’s world. Welcome to my journey, sometimes it will be surreal and sometimes off-the-wall but I don’t think it will ever be boring. That is just the kind of guy I am, even in my seventieth year…

2 thoughts on “About Dreaming…

  1. Negativity should be banned from existence. In my opinion, you can take almost any word or phase, and find the positive in it. As the Earth continues to age, I hope more people will mature with it.


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