Sunday, April 17, 2011

Blog Challenge Day 4

A dream of mine...

I guess there are few ways I could take this. I could write about a dream I have for myself. Or, I could write about a dream I have for my family/kids. Hmmm.... Perhaps I will do both?

For myself:
I dream that one day I will find a job where I "fit". Weather that job is teaching, or something else, I don't really mind. I'd just like to find a job that I love and that returns that love to me. I believe this includes the business I've tried to start - all these sewing projects. I love that job, but it hasn't loved me back yet!

I dream that one day Trav and I will be able to travel to the far off places I've seen and wished I could visit. Oddly enough, I dream we'll be able to be fortunate enough to take our children with us when we go too.

I dream that one day I too will be just like my mother. I never knew how truly amazing she was until I left home. And, to be quite honest, I never imagined I would not only like and get along with my mother, but want to be just like her. She is my hero.

I dream that I will always have the ability to continue learning and improving myself. Stagnation in life is not something I hope to ever achieve.


For my family/children:
I dream that they will grow up to be someone they can be proud of (and obviously I can too). I dream that they will get to experience everything life has to offer - even the sad times, because it builds your character.

I dream that they will find a loving partner, who loves them for them and accepts them as well as their flaws. I dream that they will one day have a family of their own that they can enjoy and love as much as I do mine.

I dream that they will be the best of friends with one another, because really, when it's all said and done, family is all there is.

I dream that they will never have their own dreams crushed by someone telling them "you can't."

I dream that they will have the courage they will need to make it through the challenges life presents them.

Mostly, I dream that they are healthy, happy, and indefinitely fabulous.

3 comments:

Amanda Griggs said...

I like 'em. I want the same thing for me kids.

Tannie Datwyler said...

I've really enjoyed reading these by the way - I haven't commented every day, but it's very fun to see.

Chad & Cassidy said...

omg... "I dream that one day I too will be just like my mother. I never knew how truly amazing she was until I left home. And, to be quite honest, I never imagined I would not only like and get along with my mother, but want to be just like her. She is my hero"
If only you'd have known 10 yrs ago! HeHe... just kiding, thats sweet.