“What are you dreaming about?” asked my Mom, my teachers. I seemed often to drift off to fantasy land as a child. In those days it was about solving great mysteries, or being the first woman president and bringing peace to the world, or just about becoming an adult so that I could control my life.
I still day dream. I travel to foreign lands. I have a seat at Dorothy Parker’s Algonquin Round Table. I drive a really cute AND fast little convertible along the California coast. I find a solution for the homeless that provides them with dignity without adding to their problems. I spend an entire week reading books and eating oatmeal chocolate chip cookies and milk. I walk the Pacific Crest Trail - with no blisters or bears or mountain lions.
There is so much to explore. Thank you God for giving me a great tool to see the many and varied possibilities in this world. Thank you for letting me adventure on.
- Penny - the warm hello from my neighbor.
- Pebble - the grey haired fellow who gave his shopping cart to the lady with the cane.
- Ponder - which dreams to I want to make reality?