From time to time, I like to get out of the office and head to someplace different to work. Working from home is nice, but sometimes, a person just needs to get out in the sunshine and be reminded of the ‘real world’ outside of our own surroundings.
When I was a young girl, my dreams and expectations were magical and full of grandeur.
During the lazy days of summer before electronics and cell phones, I relished the simplest of moments.
Laying on the cool green grass of Colorado, I’d look up in the sky and watch the animals, angels, and faces floating above me in the fluffy white clouds overhead.
From the time we are little children to the time that we have grown and are raising children of our own, we are following a blueprint.
Thoughts, dreams, and desires that you have as a child is very clear. You want to be a fireman, or an actress, or an artist, or a teacher. Simple.
What happens to those dreams? They are rewritten with “shoulds” that come from teachers, parents, friends, movies, church, and life events that blur and then change what matters to you most into what you think it should be.