Gratitude Day 6: Dreams

Prompt:  Write down your dreams

* this has been modified from the originial prompt which was to write down what you hope to dream about*

 

What are my dreams? What are my hopes and aspirations?

I dream of being a physician assistant with a focus on orthopedics which is primarily bones, the human skeleton. Of course, I listed this first because I'm currently in college trying to get there. And it definitely hasn't been easy. The Chemistry classes that I have to take just aren't capturing my attention and staying in my memory bank as they should. I'm not sure if it's because I don't find how the inner workings of an atom are relevant to my future. But I have it in my dreams to be a physician assistant and these classes, no matter how irrelevant they are, are required.

I dream of being a mother. I dream of being the mother that my mom was with me. She has never failed to be there for me, and I want to be that for my future children. You know how on twitter they post those cute ass babies trying to get someone caught up. Yeah. I can't wait to have that. I already know I'm going to have to pretty baby. Why? Because I said it. *insert shrug emoji*

I dream of being apart of a family, where love is continuously overflowing, and blessings are raining down. I imagine of a family that holds all my values at heart and practices what they believe. I dream of a family that takes care of each other far past old age and is a constant safety blanket during hard times.

I dream of a time where every time my mother has helped me, I can pay her back tenfold. I want her to achieve everlasting happiness and for her to know that her children made it. All here hard work and stressful nights have paid off. It's my dream to see her happy and carefree.

All of the dreams that I mentioned are nothing out of the ordinary and nothing extravagant, to say the least. But that doesn't make them any less any important.