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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

What is your dream?

No seriously, what do you want to do? What do you want to be when you grow up? Where do you want to live? What do you want to accomplish in your lifetime? Leave your answers as comments...tomorrow I'll post my dreams.

Today was somewhat productive. I've managed to stay on top of laundry. That brings up an experience that I had yesterday. I was folding laundry upstairs--Anna was playing some games on http://pbskids.org/. I had the thought to teach Anna how to fold & put away laundry. No, I thought, she's having fun...she wouldn't want to leave the computer since she just started playing. The thought came again, you should teach Anna. Okay, I thought, if she will come upstairs, then I will teach her. Less than 10 seconds later, guess who was upstairs? You got it: Anna. I asked her if she wanted to learn how to put away her laundry. Surprisingly, she was really excited about it. That should teach me that Heavenly Father knows what is best. :o)

After my vocal technique class, I practiced in the practice rooms on campus. It felt good to practice in there--since Anna has been home, I have not had any time to really practice singing. It felt good to work those "muscles."

3 comments:

Saquel25 said...

I tend not to voice my dreams. I guess to me it makes it less likely to happen. I have been trying lately to make a dream come true and I told you about it the other day and said not to say anything. I kind of went nuts over it lately and have decided to take a break for a while. I was getting less sleep and getting no housework done. It's still my goal.

Nina said...

I just revamped my blog and was dying to post, so I stuck my comment on my blog. So here's the reference:
http://orangenina.blogspot.com/2007/10/dreams-growing-up.html

jess said...

Little kids actually love to work and do "grown up" jobs. Have Anna do the dishes, give her a squirt bottle of window cleaner and let her go at the mirrors and windows. Now is the time to train her in the important jobs of everyday life because for little kids work is play!