Richard has posted a page of "one-sentence adventure pitches" on his blog. All of them sound eminently enjoyable, interesting and playable. It reminds me of two similar posts I made, here and here, in October 2008 and March 2009 respectively, in which I mooted 5 or 6 possible campaigns I'd like to run. Naturally, I haven't run any of them. Probably, I never will. Life's too short, and it's getting shorter.
I sometimes wonder if being too imaginative a person is more a curse than a blessing. You can lose yourself in ideas, and the little endorphine rushes that your brain gives you when you have a new brilliant thought, but it doesn't let you achieve anything concrete. And ultimately it leads only to regret about the fact that so little of what you dream up will ever see the light of day.
There is something tragic about this, in its own way. Yes, okay, it's only a "first world problem"; but I live in the first world, so fuck you.