Friday, April 6, 2012

F is for Fantasies

Most of us have some sort of fantasy in the world and I have a couple of my own.  It isn't fairy tales, monsters, or whatever, it's more of a lifestyle... I don't think that made any sense but let''s get started!
One thought that keeps reentering my mind are wooded areas.  I'm infatuated with trees, especially if I'm completely surrounded by them.  It would be surreal to live in the woods.  The nice.. quiet.. peaceful.. woods.  It would be a plus if there was no one else around!  Yeah call me misanthropic if you want but it would be nice and cozy to just be surrounded by trees and no one else.  Only the infinite amount of trees surrounding me.  Imagine waking up to this!

Ooh you know what else sounds nice?  The prairie!  Oh that sounds delightful!  Living in a prairie that stretches for miles with no disturbing cars passing by!  I mean just look at this photo!  It would actually make me more than content to live in this beauty!  Ah it would be relaxing to run all you want with no end!  This would be the equivalent to heaven for me..

The last one might sound pretty strange considering the other two were about nature and all but my last one has to deal with a big city.  I'm a huge fan of the night life.  The lights in a big city calms me and relaxes me in a abnormal way.  Passing a town at night and seeing all these lights are part of the reason to why I enjoy travelling at night.  Even a small town grabs my attention.  This fantasy involves me passing through a town at night with no consequences (i.e light pollution).  It almost comforts me to see a town at night with artificial light.

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  1. I'm totally with you on that one with the big city. There's nothing better then walking on the streets at night in a big city where there is allways something going on around you.

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  2. Living in a place surrounded by trees, great fantasy to have. Very healing. I wrote a blog about finding comfort in the light inside a stranger's house. Not pimping here, just thought you might like it. http://rossandrawhite.com/2011/12/1176/ Oh, yes, and I'm stopping by from the A-Z.

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    1. That post reminds me of how I sometimes am when I look out the window in a city.

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  3. Hi, Give me the country life any time...No desire to be in a big city...small town, U.S.A. is wonderful. Thank you for the delightful post. Gotta go catch some more blogs in the challenge now. Best regards to you, Ruby

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  4. It sounds like your imagination and mine travel the same roads. I live in the country but on the skyline, I can see the lights from a city 50 miles away. Kinda cool.

    I live and breathe fantasy, btw.

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    1. I love seeing the city from a distance.

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  5. If I were young, I would feel the same way. I retired to a mountain canyon and with no neighbors in sight it is so peaceful here. The city (Los Angeles) makes me nervous now, so much traffic. I'm stopping by from the A - Z Challenge.

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    1. That would be a dream! I enjoy big cities but only for a visit. Living there would be a pain.

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