Once upon a time there was a little girl who sat down with a paper, a pencil and a vision. She spilled her dreams and fascinations onto the page, watching as they took shape and thrived into moving lines. Each creation or image led to a new one, another story behind the picture, another tale that needed to be told.
Her visions gained more clarity, her lines greater definition until one day they took shape into a work she could share with the world.
We all have dreams, don't we? So what is it that's keeping us from going after them?
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We should all go after our dreams... too bad the majority of people live in fear of their dreams... saying that I have let excuses get in the way myself.... :-/ReplyDelete
And your dreams came true!ReplyDelete
Woot for dreams!ReplyDelete
I've learned you are never too old to live out your dreams. yeah for you. And thank you for your lovely comment on my blog.ReplyDelete
Cute pictures :) One day I dream of being published. I just hope it doesn't take forever!ReplyDelete
Its good that you made your dream a reality. More of us should follow our dreams. Who knows...we might just accomplish them.ReplyDelete
Love that little story! Thank you (:ReplyDelete
Right now, it's still to see The Vanished Knight and The Heir's Choice published. Looks like it might not be happening this year.ReplyDelete
I'm in the admissions process and planning on getting my Masters of Science in Communications at Purdue University. Just now being able to afford the next level in my education. :)ReplyDelete
Dreams are the spice of life. :) Congrats Crystal!ReplyDelete
Hurray for dreams! Mine is to one day live financially off my art, but...I highly doubt that'll ever happen, haha.ReplyDelete
Following dreams is so important in life, and it's a shame that more people don't do it!ReplyDelete
That is how I describe my whole life - going after my dreams. Sometimes, they become reality.ReplyDelete
Dreams and goals make life interesting, exciting and so much fun! Good luck with achieving all of yours :)ReplyDelete
I'm concentrating on reaching my goals and having some new dreams.ReplyDelete
Congrats on seeing your dreams come true! It's stories like yours that keep me inspired when the writing days are hard.ReplyDelete
What keeps us from going after our dreams? Fear.ReplyDelete
Hi Crystal .. your goldilocks followed her dream .. love the photos - congratulations .. cheers HilaryReplyDelete
life without dreams is pretty lame--love this! :)ReplyDelete