"On rare occasions, and for no special reason he could think of, he imagined he was sitting by the fire in the study, in the company of a companionable wife.
He would be reading, and she would be sitting across from him in a wing chair.
In this idyll, he could not see her face, but he knew it had a girlish sweetness, and she was always knitting. Knitting, he thought, was a comfort to the soul. It was regular. It was repetitious. And, in the end, it amounted to something.
In this dream, there was always a delectable surprise on the table next to his chair, and nearly always it was a piece of pie. In his bachelor's heart of hearts, he loved pie with an intensity that alarmed him..." ~ At Home In Mitford, page 10
So, what is the dream you would describe with such detail because it is so close to your heart? Just reading this (and knowing the dream of anyone else) makes me want to do anything and everything I can to help it become a reality. That isn't always my job or place - but obviously it strikes something deep in me to know the dreams of others.
How would I answer this? I have a couple of ideas, but nothing this thought-through or descriptive. Do you have a dream in your heart? Trust it to God ~ and pray "the prayer that never fails": Your will be done.