To raise my children well. To clear my soul through writing. To share my wisdom, as it comes. To be a good partner. To avoid catastrophes, when I can. To write as many fragmented sentences as possible.
To not have to worry about relying on any one person. I wouldn't mind relying on someone, as long as I have the ways and means to survive on my own. This doesn't even mean financially, but also emotionally.
In addition, securing a gorgeous husband who is even more successful than I aim to be in my future career.
My goal is to get past the 21st December 2012. Ever since I read that hub yesterday about the Mayans and Ancient Chinese predicting the world was going to end on that day, it's been eating into me. Have so much traveling to do still, and was going to start again in 3 years and by then it might be too late!
To live until I am 101, have at least 3 kids, have a bunch of grandkids, travel the world with my bow have a lot of laughs, shed a lot of tears, watch the world change, see my great grandchildren, watch them make the world in their time and then die happily next to my bow in my sleep having lived a happy life full of life.
To inspire, and live, love, and create.. I want to bring to the world everything I can and take their breath away while doing it! I hope my art can help inspire people... and besides that to do whatever I want to do and have fun!!
But the key word is TRY. The means out weighs the ends. To me, the toughest person to satisfy is myself. When you lie to yourself, you become delusional/disfunctional...You are definitely on the right track!
What is the one thing you are most proud of about yourself?We all have different things we are proud of or have accomplished in life. I would like to hear some of your thoughts on the things you are most proud of about yourself and why?
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