This Ain't No Dress Rehearsal

What used to bug me about L.A. was my perception that too many people lived in the "one day I'm going to be a star" future.  Truly I can't speak for others. But it became more important to me to figure out how to have my own goals and enjoy the journey.  When you read this I'll be driving to L.A. ...

... grateful for the fact that I can.  Grateful to my friends there who open their home to me and give me a home away from home.  And counting my blessings: excited to see again the friends I've made there over the years. 

I love having goals and plans, it motivates me.  But what makes it possible to enjoy each day is to have those goals aligned with my authentic dreams, those that matter to me, and creating the life that lets the real me come out and dance.  We're all made to shine!  This ain't no dress rehearsal.  I've heard talk of past and after lives, but I'm betting on this one.  And when thinking and jumping in the future takes over when I can't sleep at 3 a.m., the one thing sure to bring me home and to now, is hearing my hubby breathe and realizing how lucky I am. 

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