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Friday, April 23, 2010
It's Perfectly Fine to Dream BIG!
Roxy @ www.roxyhanie.blogspot.com sent me this award on Monday, and I wanted to pass it along to some of the special followers who have contributed to my posts. Thank you for showing such support to Head in the Clouds!:)
1.) Jess Ross @ www.wcpls.org
2.) Nicole Ducleroir @ www.nicoleducleroir.blogspot.com
3.) Lindsay Currie @ www.lindsayncurrie.webs.com
And Nicole @ www.nicoleducleroir.blogspot.com sent this beautiful butterfly to me on Wednesday. Thank you, Nicole! I'm sharing it with:
1.) Roxy @ www.roxyhanie.blogspot.com
2.) Carolina Valdez Miller @ www.carol-in-print.blogspot.com
3.) Alleged Author @ www.anallegedauthor.blogspot.com
Now for today's post!
If you could imagine the perfect day, what would it be? Would you be sailing on a forty-foot yacht out in the Pacific, eating caviar as the slosh of the waves dampen your feet. Or perhaps your idea of a perfect day would be high in the mountains of Tennessee, traveling with your friends to a relaxing cabin for a weekend retreat.
While we need to remain grounded and focused on the reality of our life, I believe it is equally important (if not more) to allow our minds to dream of the impossible.
As an aspiring writer, this is something I've enjoyed the most when working on a project. The thrill of creating dynamic characters (some with admirable traits, and some characters that are down-right despicable) is what motivates me to put the pen to paper and lose sense of all time.
The point I'm trying to make is that when there are no limits, anything is possible. And this (along with my children's college tuition in mind) is why I've crawled out of the bed at 11:00 P.M. to finish a chapter, or risen at 6:00 A.M. to begin a new one.
My question for you: How would you be living your dream if there were no limits? Think about your dreams for a minute (write them down if necessary) and make an effort this weekend to move yourself in that direction.
Have a great weekend, everyone! Tory