In the story of Walter Mitty, Walter enjoyed life and had a rich fantasy life to go with it. Millions of readers could identify with him because most everyone had daydreams of their own that they, too, enjoyed. Modern society has great disdain for such things. Yet, there it is: an enjoyable life.
I was pointing to James Thurber's story to honour you as a free spirit with a great imagination and fantasy life. Perhaps not oriented as Walter Mitty's, but artistic and enviable just the same. I certainly did not wish to offend you. I thought I was giving you a nice thank you for your sharing.