For sale: Packaged dreams

Inspired by the wonderful writer Mike Steeden A Top Hat Full of Daydreams

26 responses to For sale: Packaged dreams

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        By US do you mean us or the actual country? I tend not have points of view, I am half way through reading my friend Mike Steeden’s post about dreams, which reminded me of this photo, and then I saw the sale sign and thought I’ll play with that for the title.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        I’m unsure what you mean by ‘seriously, US, Britain?’, could you elaborate?

      • I was curious what country you lived in since you have a very unique perspective. My French friends are bizarre. My American friends dull…etc.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Ah, haha… I am living in Australia. What would you label me then?

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Who’s him? There are plenty of head scales for everyone, just no actual fish sales! Thank you Esme, I am half way through your post now, as I write this even

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        I take my hat off to men, living with a piece of muscle that seems to have its own brain, seems extremely difficult!

      • Well, it was more a bit of punning on an old Beatles tune really, but you’re quite right. Only take your hat off though Jessie, even though they’ll say you can leave your hat on.

      • The chap at the top who wanted to know where you lived! You never know when someone might be after your head to put it in a jar. *nods*. I like that you live in your heart theoretically. That’s cracking. *hugs her*.

        – esme weighing heads upon the Cloud and finding out Hariod has the heaviest.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        hearts are great, heads are funny and vise versa I reckon, I’ve had minimal sleep too

  1. I shall have to speak with small yet perfectly formed Edith and tell her all about these marvellous jars within which daydreams can be safely stored…my thanks for the mention by the way, ’tis truly appreciated.

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      I’m still undecided whether they were full or empty, I guess it depends on the momentary feeling, but on first glance I felt them to be full. Thank you for the inspiring writing.

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