Rey provided a great idea for a post today when she started hopping up and down, blustering how “I wanna catch the sales at the Center!” (she does so love those shoes and bags).
Instead of always saying what we don’t wanna—uh, want to—do, which is totally negative (never mind a colossal waste of effort and time), how about focusing on what we want to do?
Let’s start off with yours truly . . .
I want to:
♥ blog and write and edit full-time
♥ be mom-care free (after 20+ years, I now readily and openly confess this)
♥ live in Hawaii (at least a few months a year)
♥ spend [a lot of] time at a spa
♥ take daily walks (for miles and miles, with nothing necessitating me to race home and complete another errand or task)
♥ have friends (caregiving can prove quite solitary)
♥ find tranquility and find myself (I’ve lost “me”)
♥ have a life.
Curious about the Triple Threat Investigation private eyes, I asked them to provide three of their “wannas” . . .
♥ travel around the South Pacific for a few months
♥ spend time getting to re-know my mother and nephew
♥ take courses (learn everything and anything).
♥ get a degree in law and/or journalism (just for the fun of it)
♥ become a rad surfer
♥ love life.
♥ expand the agency (I’d like to see us on Maui and Big Island)
♥ get involved more community theater and TV (I love doing commercials)
♥ see our new house and pool are totally renovated—with an agency office.
Fascinating, isn’t it, how we all have such vast desires and fancies? They may—or may not—change with time. But the important thing? To have them.
Keep wanna-ing . . . and believing.