Oblivious Dream Crushers

Mom: So you have a website, why am I the last to know?

Me: Yeah well the internet is big business right know and I get to promote what I love.

Mom: I always told ya you had God-given talent

Me: You know what I remember? I remember 8th grade I told you I wanted to be an artist and you replied, “That’s not a career”.

Six different college majors and 15 some odd jobs later…back to 8th grade dreams: #Moral of the story; I valued my mother’s opinion that much. #Parents be mindful… When you dream big it’s supposed to sound crazy to somebody else!
Who’s obliviously crushing your dreams????????
#Wake those dormant #dreams up and let them live!!!

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7 thoughts on “Oblivious Dream Crushers

  1. Reblogged this on Shattered (Broken) Dreams Can be Resurrected and commented:
    Hi
    Thanks for the follow (though my family and close friends say it would be far more entertaining with a video-camera # in “real life”, rather than in cyberspace!) and all the best with your blog

    Kind regards and have a great day/evening โ€œover thereโ€

    craig

    PPS

    Best wishes from the First City to see the sun (in summer) …and weโ€™re also the first to see the sunset and the stars (in winter-time)

  2. My dad “advised” me not to be a writer when I wanted to take English classed in college right after high school. I ended up taking all secretarial training classes, got a job in high school, began working full-time after high school. I didn’t go to college until I was 30, and still never got a degree. But now I am actually doing art at home while being happily married for the last 24 years and am a recent empty nester! So although I haven’t had anything published, I am still a writer/artist and really enjoy my life! ๐Ÿ˜

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