I only have eyes for you: GOALS!
Since I was born – in an unfinished log cabin, built by my parents and their friends, on a mountain, 2 minutes to midnight – I have just known that I was going to live on a sustainable farm.
I didn’t know that’s what it would be called, but at the ripe old age of 7, I had to do a school project of choice that included a report on something I was passionate about.
I chose “There Is No Harm In My Farm” as my project and wrote a little kid version of what I’ve been working on ever since.
Sadly, I somehow let my dreams escape me for a very long time.
I don’t know if it was the multitude of adults my entire life saying “Sure, that’s fine, but what are you going to do for money?”
Well, I didn’t know money was going to be a problem, or would it have been if they had just kept their pessimistic mouths shut?
I was easily swayed as I child. Being the youngest, I really wanted to believe that anyone older than me DID know what they were talking about, but the sad reality is, that very few people actually know what they are talking about and they won’t know much in all areas. A lesson It took me a long time to learn.
I continuously listened to anyone, except my own, advice.
This of course threw me into tailspins I didn’t even know I was in, pretty much causing mass chaos in my life. The most interesting/exciting parts of my young adult life come to mind.
I am currently writing my autobiography, which goes more in depth.
I know I’m not the only one sharing their story, but I am the ONLY one who knows my whole life story and I look forward to sharing it.
Peace and lovelies!