The Challenge: Write down one big dream of yours. Draw or find a picture to go with it and put it somewhere you will see it often.
Why am I going to put a picture of a license plate on my fridge? Well, one of my big dreams is to visit all 50 states. I think it would be neat to collect license plates from each of the states I visit. Jason and I hope to have a fun and playful basement family room someday. I would like to display the license plates throughout that room. So, I’ve found a picture of a license plate to remind me of this big dream. At this point in my 27 years I’ve visited 17 states, so just 33 to go!
When I was a little kid and my family would go on road trips, my brothers and I would eagerly peer out the windows. The object of our gaze: cars. More specifically, cars we would claim as our own. Anytime one of us would see a car that we’d love to have someday, that person would yell, “Mine!” Once you claimed it, it was yours.
I especially loved driving near Chicago. Having grown up in a small town, the selection of really cool cars was, shall we say, limited. The closer to Chicago you got, the better chance you had of seeing a Ferarri, Corvette, or my favorite, a jet black Porsche. It was really important to be alert; you surely didn’t want your sibling stealing away the car of your dreams.
Even since childhood I have always wanted a Porsche of my own. A real one.
Today, while walking to dinner with Kim in San Mateo, we spotted not one Porsche, but two. She reminded me that she had brought along the camera. I snapped photos of each, and plan on displaying them when we return home. I’m not sure what kind I’ll get when that day comes, but I know what color it will be.
So, who was most creative with today’s challenge? Who went beyond the comfort zone and put the biggest hammer on Adultitis? Who did a better job of capturing the spirit of childhood, Kim or Jason? Cast Your Vote!
Tomorrow’s Challenge: Audio Sneak Peek