Being Thankful For Dreams: Reblog of Beth Revis’s Post

Once again, the fabulous Kat Bender,  has provided me with another blog post topic.  We were talking about some of the frustrations of the writing life and she sent me a link to one of the best blog posts ever on this topic. 1000 thank yous Kat! And 10,000 thank yous to Ms. Revis for writing the post.

I bookmarked the post because I know I’ll need to come back to it again and again. If you’ve ever wished you didn’t have this writing dream (even for just a moment)–read this post:

Beth Revis: Thankful For Dreams

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22 Responses to Being Thankful For Dreams: Reblog of Beth Revis’s Post

  1. crubin says:

    Fantastic post. Without a dream, days can be dark, indeed.

  2. Cat Forsley says:

    Nice One …….. Going To check up on the Dreamy post right now
    xx
    Big Huggs xoxoxo
    Cat

  3. thanks for the link, Kourtney. as said before Dreams bring light and magic to our days. thank heavens for dreams – the bigger the better.

    • You’re welcome, Louise! Dreams are wonderful to have, even if they aren’t yet coming true. Sometimes the road to the dream is long, but at least it sets you on a path! 🙂

  4. jmmcdowell says:

    I can’t imagine not having a dream of something to reach for. How empty is life without one?

    • It’s weird because I have friends who don’t have a passion/dream. They seem pretty content to just go with the flow and keep the status quo. Dreams do tend to make us take risks. 😉

  5. Excellent post. Courage to dream on! Thanks for sharing

  6. Great post, I bookmarked it, too! Thank you for sharing it.

  7. My girlfriend had a saying she used often which I like, “He who expects nothing, is rarely disappointed.” I always liked that. If you don’t strive how will you ever know if you could succeed. Nice one.

  8. Pete Denton says:

    That hits the nail on the head! As I piscean who dreams most of the time (all the time my wife would say) I feel so sorry for people who don’t have dreams. Great post.

    • I love how she wrote that post. It really spoke to me and made me curious about her book, Across The Universe. 🙂 I was having a self pity party when I read this post and it made me turn my frown upside down. 🙂

  9. Really a great post, Kourtney. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Ww thank you for sharing! This is really inspiring!

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