I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears, behold I will heal thee.
2Kings 20:5

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Following our Dreams....


I am in the process of following my heart and live a dream I have had my entire life. I am pursuing an acting career. I get frustrated and discouraged every day. I just try to do what I can. I have wanted to be a "Movie Star" since I was 8 yrs old......It is still my dream! If you have something you have always wanted to do, but didn't or couldn't, it's never to late.. Bryan is 32 yrs old and is going to school to learn how to do something he loves, Motorcycles. Check out the video link below & watch a neat woman who finally did something she dreamed of doing! It's inspiring!
MEET SUSAN BOYLE (click on link)
I found this video and I was very touched.....we are never too old to take a chance on ourselves~ we might surprise everyone around us. I hope that everyone can find their dream and make it a reality.

2 comments:

Somer Love said...

I LOVE this post!!!

One of my sayings is keep your goals high and dreams big!~~
Xo

Sindy said...

Finally getting my dream at 30 years old, med school here I come! Keep dreaming Jamie!

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