you could do anything your heart desired?
it was guaranteed that if you tried, your dreams would come true?
you had no limitations and nothing in your way?
you had all the resources, all the money, all the time, and all the connections to support your goals?
you could do anything your heart desires?
Every morning you have two choices. You can either continue to sleep with your dreams or get up and chase them. – unknown
“You’ll never get anywhere if you go about what-iffing like that.”
And finally, Dare.
The only way to actually reach your goals is to hit them head on. You have to bi-pass your fears, jump over your challenges, and take the leap like you know where you will land. We all know this. We’ve heard it for as long as we can remember. It sounds so basic, so easy, but the truth is, putting it in to action is a lot harder and scarier than it sounds. The results you want are not guaranteed and there are going to be hard, scary things that pop up. The truth is though, in order to achieve great success, you have to be willing to work yourself silly and decide that you are okay with failing greatly. Once you give yourself the okay to fail, once you know it’s okay if things go wrong and you can do better the next time. The jump isn’t so scary anymore.
My life has been a little crazy lately. I took the leap. I’ve taken leaps before and they have always turned out for the better, eventually. They have all gotten me to the next level, to exactly where I never knew I needed to be.
So, to remind myself and my kids to dare greatly and that ANYTHING is possible, I made this sign for our new family room.
I would like them to approach everything that they take on with the thought “what if” it IS possible?
Because of my latest giant leap, I suddenly had an extra room that I needed to finish and fill…
It’s the FROG room. The family room over the garage. It’s been a family room, a bedroom a few times, and now it’s a family room/craft room, and home for the bunnies.
That was it before…quite the mess so, I needed to do something.
This is what I ended up with….
I painted it white and added some wallpaper to the focal point wall…I wanted to see the wall from the stairs. As you look up my stairs, you see strait into that room and I was sick of it looking ugly.
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I needed the work space so I could start working with pottery and designing dishes.
I’m super excited, it’s one of my what if’s. ;)
I designed these coasters for this post. You can find the patterns to make your own in this post.
Thanks for stopping by sweet friends and don’t forget to approach your dreams as if anything is possible.
“Leaders do not play a “what if game”. They believe it will be and work it to be! Success is scarce because fear is common.”
Much love and stay healthy my friends!