As my readers, you might want to know what my ideal vision for the future is. So I'm going to tell you. I've actually drawn some pretty decent pictures of this in my diaries, but finding them would involve looking, which would involve effort. So I'm going to make a very messy version on Paint. Trust me, I'm awful at Paint.
So, to explain that little beauty. I'm guesstimating this as me being age thirty, but hey, who knows. First off, there is a poster for a movie from my book series on the wall. Because that's how famous I want my books to be. Secondly, I'm there, typing another book. Yay! That means I've gotten to the point where I don't need my day job, which will probably be some kind of copy editing for a small business. That will be nice, too, but this picture shows that I've hit success. Also, that I'm still writing, and that I'm happy about it.
Then there's my family. I have a very nice, cute husband, who obviously likes to take care of our kids while I write books. He likes kids. I don't have an "type" in terms of looks, so I just went with brown-haired, tall, and blue-eyed. The main point is that he's really, really nice. And takes care of our kids. And loves me. And probably has a decent job too.
I have four children in this ideal world. I plan to adopt, but I'd like three boys and one girl. The girl is a redhead and alone in girlishness because that's family tradition. The boys are just boys. . One is a baby in that crib, which is a little hard to see. In theory, in the ideal, I was able to have that one baby boy myself instead of adopting. But of course I love them all. A lot. Despite my apparent disinterest in this picture.
I'm writing, OK?? It's important.
We have a nice simple house, and it's all nice and simple. True story.
Otherwise, in this world of dreamingness but not pictured, I'd like to still be doing music stuff on the side, mostly something in a community orchestra. I also have a developing "bucket list", which I may tell you about someday.
In news today, for those of you who have not liked me on Facebook, you should know that I have scrapped #PerfectionStory. I realized I wasn't reflecting my best abilities and the kind of depth and meaning that I want in my writing. So I'm leaving that to go back to editing and such for a while.
Thanks for reading, and come back next time! You can tell me about your dream for the future in the comments.
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