For this weeks 'Words'- a mini series of my favourite quotes on my favourite photographs, is this one from Walt Disney.
I have always been a day dreamer. At school I used to sit in my lessons and let my mind wander away, and I was constantly told on my school reports that I needed to stop day dreaming.
I think dreams are incredibly important. It is important to have things to aspire too, to help us learn and grow. To get us out of ruts we may get stuck in, and to motivate us to succeed.
I still have so many dreams. Life is good at the moment, really good, but I have things I want to do. I would love to not return to work after maternity leave, and I am half way there but I need to work hard to make this happen. A few of my dreams, especially in the work sense, could possibly become a reality if I work hard. There are little projects, and potential collaborations- dreams I have been dreaming for a while now, that could potentially happen in the future.
My dreams for my family have come true. Yes we would love more money, or a bigger house, but we are happy. We are complete. And I hope one day these other things will happen in the future. I have my husband and my two gorgeous little girls, and I am happy. When I was young I dreamed of having children and I am so thankful that I have my family.
I have dreams for my little girl's. I want a happy life for them. I want a childhood full of happiness, day dreaming, imagination and creativity. I want to inspire them to have aspirations, to believe that they can do anything they set their minds too. I want to help them overcome any barriers they may come across, and help them reach goals. I want them to be successful, but above all I just want them to be happy.
I want the world to be their oyster.
I hope that I can help them achieve their dreams.
The way they have helped me achieve mine.