Photo taken in Bali, Nov 2011
The very least you can do in your life is figure out what you hope for. And the most you can do is live inside that hope. Not admire it from a distance but live right in it, under its roof.
– Barbara Kingsolver
I hope for my son to have a good childhood where he won’t be bullied or picked on just because he has autism.
I hope for the best for my son so he can eventually speak properly and learn as well as I did when I was his age.
I hope for strength to deal with whatever lemons life throws at me.
I hope for another baby and that my next pregnancy is easier and less problematic.
I hope for a new job where I can enjoy what I do as much as I enjoy daydreaming about getting that job.
I hope for 45 kilos to disappear off my body by 2013 so I can look good once again, and be healthier.
I hope to graduate in 2012.
I hope for the opportunity to go on holiday without worrying about money.
I hope for the chance to see all my relatives one more time (in 11 countries altogether) before I die.
I hope for my one and only living grandparent – my Nan – to meet my son before she dies.
I hope to grow my blog and find sponsors so I can attend some bloggers’ events.
I hope for a sponsor to pay for professionally blow-drying straight every week! Will blog for blow-dry!
I hope for second car to make life easier for the Scientist and me.
I hope for the opportunity to renew our rental agreement and stay in this current rental for the next 5 years.
I hope to save up for a house on a hill before 2020. A house overlooking a river, ocean, lake or city.
I hope for the Scientist and I to grow old together.
I hope for a best girl friend that I can trust and grow old with as my bestie; but most of all…
I hope for life full of fun, happiness, laughter, adventure, satisfaction, good health and personal growth.
What do you hope for?