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Anne blew a couple of airy kisses from her fingertips past the cherry blossoms and then, with her chin in her hands, drifted luxuriously out on a sea of daydreams.
Six of the 33 participants who recorded daydreams (daydream journal group, n = 2, daydream interpretation group, n = 4) described their daydreams as confirming a previous or current career choice.
Bonhams art expert Matthew Bradbury said that Langley's A Daydream and A Fisherman's Son both fetched 'very strong prices', selling for pounds 28,200 each.
Oh, I still daydream about what could have been, and I wouldn't take back one minute of practice for anything in the world.
In the fourth grade I used to daydream about marrying my best friend, Ronald.
Gamefederation has acquired all the shares in Daydream.
It is that easy silence, of which the most accessible form is the daydream.
Antonia has created the look of a 'mythical mermaid goddess' by combining muted pink, lilac and peach with shells in her Daydream collection.
I don't daydream as much as I used to and I am looking forward to my future, but I can't shake this lingering yearning for this made-up person.
The fourth album by multi-instrumental artist Holland Phillips, Daydream Alley is a new age soundscape featuring piano, synthesizer, violin, bass, drums, oboe, bassoon, sax, electric piano, French horn, trombones, the flute, and more.
Of course, I ponder what needs to be done in the name of preparation, but mostly I daydream about the possibilities.
BRIDGEND based company Daydream Education, which creates interactive software has been recognised with an international award for its learning app.