I haven’t always thought this way. In fact, it’s taken me quite a while to find my way to this statement - If It’s Dreamable, It’s Possible. Dreamable, yeah, I know that’s not a “real” word, but bear with me ...
As a little girl, I always had a wild imagination. I would soar through the skies as an eagle, climb mountain tops as a cougar, dive the depths of the sea as killer whale, dance on clouds connected to rainbows as a unicorn! There wasn’t a thing I couldn’t do, and there wasn’t a place I couldn’t go. I remember wanting to grow up and be ... EVERYTHING!
Well, I couldn’t be EVERYTHING! I had to pick something? Pick something! They all told me to “PICK SOMETHING!” Well, I still haven’t picked ANYTHING. Not ONE thing. I refuse to limit myself. A natural born rebel I suppose. There was the time I enrolled in beauty school only to withdraw my application. Then there was the time I applied to the police academy. Oh, and let’s not forget the two semesters I spent in actual college learning all about dental hygiene. That’s not it ... I also did actually receive my certificate for medical coding and billing, but never actually used it to get a job. Why? .... Because I wasn’t interested anymore.
My interests have wavered a lot through the years, and picking that ONE thing wasn’t easy. I have to admit, I still haven’t been able to pick it, but I believe it picked me! Being creative, imagining, that’s something I have always been interested in. Dreaming ... that’s my passion. Once I let myself dream and create without restraint, I began to feel more alive! More alive than I have ever felt in the past 15 years!
So here I am at the age of 31, a mover, a shaker, a creative rule breaker! I was born to dream. I was put here to inspire! Nothing is out of reach and I truly believe there is no limit to our creative passions. So once again, I will leave you with this, “If it’s Dreamable, it’s Possible”, and don’t let anyone ever tell you different!
"The real voyage of discovery consists of not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes."
- Marcel Proust