when is it too late to start over?
at what age do we say I have had enough?
when do we stop pursuing our dreams?
I say never!
I have always had a vision of my future. I saw myself living in a little cottage, filling it with vintage and antiques, and working in my garden.
it is a simple dream. There was never a big house or riches in my dream. It was just a pursuit of a simple vintage life.
so what has stopped me. only myself. yes, there have been lots of outside forces that have caused me to veer from my course, but the bottom line is I have allowed others to dictate my present and my future.
now, today, on my 62nd birthday I am saying, not that I have had enough, but that I have had not nearly enough.
thank you all my dear readers who have stayed the course with me. I hope you will continue with me as I pursue my dream.
I expect this next year to bring many changes in my life. I am having a second knee replacement in January, which should allow me freer movement than I have had in years. I am planning to move to Atlanta, next summer, rent a small apartment and enjoy the fun of decorating again. There will be more time with family and making new friends. I plan to spend more time promoting my business and writing my blog.
No one knows what tomorrow may bring, but even with its ups and downs it is sure to be an amazing ride.
So, I am looking forward to it all with great expectation and I have written my name in the sky, because the sky's the limit.