Last week we visited some out of town friends at the Air & Space Museum in Washington, DC. As I downloaded the pictures yesterday, I came across my favorite read this week: a quote I saw in the museum.
This quote was printed on the wall, and I took a picture. I liked the words and wanted to ponder them later at home, not while herding six kids under 11 through the museum. Of course I forgot about the quote until I saw the pictures.
I don't like to say anything is impossible. I'm not a quitter. That's not to say I don't shy away from overwhelming tasks. Sometimes I do. I need to work on that. But I must say my dream of writing a book became a hope and then a reality. Now we are embarking on the sequel.
When my first kid was born, I was excited and slightly apprehensive of the unknown (especially labor). With the second child, I had so much more anxiety because I KNEW how hard labor and newborns were. I also had a sense of calm because I knew how to be a mother (or thought I did!). A second novel feels like baby #2. I know how much work is involved this time, but I've learned a lot. The hardest part is pulling the trigger!
I look forward to meeting new blogger friends through this challenge! As an incentive to come by and comment, we will give away a special prize to the person who comments most during the month of July.
What is the impossible dream you hope will be a reality soon?