What did you dream about when you were a child? We all have dreams, something we spend time thinking about, hoping for, praying for, planning for (at least if you’re a planner like me). I used to dream, hope, pray and plan a lot…but as the years rolled by, I started to dream a little less, felt like my odds were dwindling with each passing day. Anyone can stay hopeful for a time, but when you feel like others have passed you by and your still sitting there hoping, dreaming, praying and planning, it starts to get a little discouraging. So you talk to yourself, “hang in there”, “keep believing”, “keep doing what you know to do”…and all you hear are crickets. Continue reading “Learning to Dream Again”
I’m sure you have all seen a little one, throwing a major fit, maybe some of you parents have wee ones who are testing you with these episodes currently. I’m talking all out whining, crying, kicking and screaming, maybe thrashing around on the floor a bit for maximum effect. Cute, isn’t it? Not!
Or how about the child whose motto is, “never let them see you sweat”. No matter, what the parent may say or do they are the immovable rock. I think we call this one, “the strong-willed child”. I don’t care if you ground me, spank me, take my very life away, I shall not be moved! Fun, huh? Not so much. Continue reading “Is Your Maturity Showing?”
I am not sure when or where the false hood started for me? Somewhere along the line, I bought into the idea that life is about being happy. You grow up and achieve, what you want to achieve, whatever that may be for you…Get married, buy a house, have a family, work hard, play hard, love your family, surround yourself with great friends, be good to others and Walaa, happy life! …Then reality hits! Continue reading “Life Is Hard”