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Krissy July 16, 2011 at 4:03 am

So very true. It’s funny that as we get older, our dreams become so tied to our careers. I suppose that’s just what’s been ingrained in us for so long that it seems like the natural thing to consider our “dream”. Almost like it’s the easy way out. It’s easier and more accepted in general conversation if someone asks you about what your ideal future includes, you simply describe your ultimate career goals. I know I’m 100% guilty of that myself. It all comes back to confidence, really. Are you determined enough in your goals and dreams to give them your all no matter what other people think. I’m not. Not yet anyway. Hopefully someday. Until then, I keep my more “out there” dreams to myself, and if anyone asks, “I want to go into hospitality design”.


Natasha July 17, 2011 at 11:16 am

letting paper boats down the river… I grew up next to a river (Danube) and and that sight reminds me of my childhood days.
life is all about inner peace – I believe that that is the message of that photo.


A.Jones June 8, 2012 at 8:22 pm

Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in your dreams but as society tries to keep me in a reality check I like to think that my head’s in the clouds and my feet are planted on solid ground.


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