As a child we all dreamed of what we would become once we grew up. We’d spend hours pondering on whether we would acquire those far off wants. And many evenings we gazed up at the stars wishing, and praying that we would create a reality out of those “maybe/someday” visions.
Just recently I’ve been asked, “Have you totally grown up? Or do you still have something you want to be become?” Wow, that question had me reflecting just a little bit! Hmmm, had I reached all the stars in my dream filled sky? Is there something more I wanted to become? Of course, I love being a mom, a wife, and a successful professional of the Longarm industry, but is there that one dream that I’m still secretly wishing upon? In one word, yes.
IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA
Believe it or not I get extremely nervous prior to my lectures, classes and Trunk shows. The worries of connecting with my audience and conveying my material in an articulate, intelligent, and entertaining fashion can be overwhelming. However, on the occasional moments that I have been placed in front of the camera I feel totally at ease. It’s simply me and the camera. I love that the camera can’t roll its eyes, yawn, or get up and leave the room in the middle of what I am saying.
So if/when I totally grow up, I will be, someday, in front of the camera. My dream will have me filming, none other than, segments pertaining to Longarm quilting. Did you think it would about anything else? I say go big or go home…so I’m dreaming big, really big. And who knows maybe when I really, really grow up I might hear: