When I was in my twenties, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do with my life. I had a variety of interests, and I knew that I wanted to be a mother, but the rest was fuzzy. I got a degree in Psychology because that was interesting. I worked in many different types of jobs like retail, social work, sales and in an elementary school. Then I got married, had three daughters and went back to work when my youngest was five.
Fast forward to thirty some years later, and I know what I want from life. I can picture it; I can feel it; I can even imagine what would happen in my day-to-day existence. Is that okay or am I setting myself up for disappointment? I am taking steps towards that reality, but right now, it is still a dream. Some might say that I am not living in the real world and that is not healthy to have these ideas. Could I be disappointed? Could my dreams not really come true? Sure but isn’t that what life is really about? Life is...pursuing those possibilities with every fiber of my being; it is reaching for those dreams deep inside of me.
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