Somewhere 2000 & Daydream

Somewhere 2000 & Daydream

Somewhere 2000 & Daydream

We pile intentions on top of one another -- work, deadlines, postponed goals-- and separately, they all feel like noble, necessary things. Together though, they create a messy stream of consciousness that breeds repetition where we want progress, and surprises where we want stability. Then daydreaming blows through and points out how many steps removed we are from our original plans, or how much deadweight we take on in the name of opportunity.