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 “over there”

    craig

    PPS

    Best wishes from the First City to see the sun (in summer) …and we’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! 😁

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