If you were to ask me what one quality I possess which is both invigorating and devastating, it is my belief that absolutely nothing is impossible.
Whether it was in my PreK classroom, some lofty college aspirations, potential business endeavors, or the search for the perfect fitting boyfriend jeans – I just can’t accept “no.” Perhaps that is also because my generation of millennials are a group who feel entitled, didn’t hear “no” enough as a child, or earned a participation ribbon when they should have just straight up learned a lesson about losing.
Whatever it is, it’s gotten me through some incredible rough patches of life and given me hope that my insane visions could be a reality. It has also created false hope when God decided another path or opportunity was better, but wasn’t quite ready to ready to reveal what that might be. He definitely has a sense of humor, right?!
So the lesson of today’s post is – you can wear a fabulous quilted dress, but most certainly – never “quilt” your daydream.
P.S. I was told this dress couldn’t be altered. LIES!