When I went to Paris, it was a dream come true. It took me a whole day to really believe we were there. It wasn’t until we stepped into the Rodin Museum gardens on the second day that it suddenly seemed real. I stopped in my tracks, tears springing to life, and looked at my husband, “We’re really here.”
Sometimes it’s hard to believe, even when you’re in the middle of your dream. But dreams do come true. They come true every day. Right now someone is signing a book deal. Right now someone is buying a plane ticket. Right now someone is enrolling. Right now someone is saying, “Yes.” And sometimes that someone is you!
Dreams really can come true.
They can come true for me and they can come true for you.
I really want you to know this, like know it down to your bones. And so I spoke to some of my dearest friends and asked them to share their stories, so that we could all see what’s possible and remember to dream. So we could know that it is proven and possible to fall in love, to write a book, to travel to Italy, to stand in the kitchen of Frida Khalo, to have a dream come true. (And I’ve put in a spot for you to add your dreams too.)
It is possible for wild, wonderful, magical, glorious dreams to come to true.
It is possible for dreamers Kate Swoboda, Danette Relic, Tara Swiger, Amy Palko, Sunny Schlenger, David Cohen, Julie Daley, Leonie Dawson, Chris Zydel, Andrea Schroeder, Bridget Pilloud, Lisa deYoung, Tanya Geisler and Danielle LaPorte.
It’s possible for me.
It’s possible for you.
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