The roughens in the Inn also have dreams; concert pianist, love connection, florist, interior designer, mime, cupcakes, knitting, sewing, puppet shows, and ceramic unicorns.
And the spunky Flynn Ryder wants to be on a island all alone with an enormous pile of money. (I am sure everyone has had this one.)
Little miss and I recently watched Tangled and I started thinking about dreams as I watched Rapunzel chase her floating lanterns.
Recently the lovely Megan @ http://writingloud.blogspot.com.au/ and Jodi @ http://www.jfgibson.com.au/ have written about finding your passion. I love the writing of these two ladies, it always gets me thinking. These posts were no different, so I also started to think what is my passion? Have I found it yet?
Some people seem so sure about their passions and dreams. They spend their lives living them. Athletes, actors, scientists, artists, all vehemently declare their passions and dreams.
There are a lot of things I am passionate about. My family, my friends, the Rabbitohs, chocolate mousse, a glass of red with my spaghetti bolognese to name a few.
As I think more and more about it, I realise that since starting this blog, writing has become a passion for me.
Such is this passion, I have also recently started writing a book. My dream would be to see it published.
With a lot of hard work and a lot more time I could possibly turn this dream into reality, couldn't I? Because it would be a dream to see my own book published. Sitting on the shelf alongside the likes of JK Rowling. Can you imagine!
Well, at the moment I can dream. Just like you. Because dreams are free.