It’s funny that as I get older, I thought I might have calmed down a bit and become less of a dreamer. It hasn’t happened!
I can be quite serious and I work hard to make my ideas become a reality, but each day brings new dreams and challenges and it’s true that they don’t have to become old news. I really enjoy finding new things I want to do and even though I have a few more ‘laughter lines’ on my face and I’m not as energetic as I was ten years ago, I’m still excited by the thought of discovering new paths to follow.
Do you think you have to leave your dreams behind as you age, or does it make you more determined to reach out even further and grab them with both hands?
14 thoughts on “Dreams don’t have an expiration date.”
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Nailed it, Lizzie! I’ve come to believe that life is a continuous journey of becoming. And that’s just awesome! 🙂
Me too Natalie. The older I get, the more ideas I have to explore. It’s great fun!
Never too old for an adventure – or to want another dream, however fantastic! 😀
I agree:) Thanks for stopping by Jan!
Quite right! Practical dreaming, curiosity, and keep on question everything.
Totally! Thanks for stopping by:)
I push harder as I age to get those dreams… I figure I have less time left to do it:)
🙂 Each day has possibilities and it’s great fun to explore them, isn’t it?
At 73, I’m still grabbing, or I should say, clutching for my dreams. I don’t get to hold on to many, but that doesn’t dampen my desires one little bit!
Good for you! I think we are more grounded and able to follow our dreams as we age. I’m more practical than I was when I began my first business. My family would say a bit more bonkers! Lol:)
I am definitely more bonkers these days!
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Thank you for the wonderful reblog!