3z_YJunIJ1scbRwIEso4UTNTiwDh9azzYuGtTg4lSbU,ZIwIpNkj7-3uv0eFX4pGU0nPyl7hywaWy720lg9ShZc,9gPtnYF-vDHJvvR4sBtbrH1kAeQdLipkdGPyLCSKeVA,0rrNdYEY32zYh2mTvMig4rNNahKIHdxoUi4d2oRYimM,Fscu9Wzgy96ChzUVNew years are kind of marked by two things: reflections of the prior year and dreams for the year to come. Dreams are interesting to me. I’ve chased dreams–I chased a “dream guy” for six years, only to learn he wasn’t going to let me catch him. Throughout high school and college, I dreamed of getting nominated to homecoming court, I never was. These were things I dreamed about, and even prayed for! But they never came true. I think it’s good to dream. But we can’t live there. There’s got to be balance. If we live on a dream and it doesn’t come to pass, does that mean we die with it too? Not good! As we embark on a new year, I don’t want to be a debbie-downer about dreams, but I don’t want to be a fairy on a unicorn either. As I wave good bye to 2014 with reflection, and enter 2015 with dreams, I think I’ll capture it this way: dream as high as the sky, but keep my toes on the earth of reality. Happy new year’s eve, eve, everyone!

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