What is the one thing you’ve always wanted to do?

Is there something you want to do but haven’t? Is there a reason why you’ve not set out to accomplish that goal? There are many things in life I have always wanted to accomplish. The one true thing that I always wanted to do since I was a little girl I have been able to accomplish. I have always wanted to be a mom. ALWAYS. I’m so blessed even after many miscarriages to be the mother to 3 amazing kids.  Being their mom is the best job in the world. Don’t get me wrong I have good days with them and bad. But I love that I am and will always be their mom.

There are other goals I’d love to achieve. I want to become a published author and I’d love to be able to travel. I want to see Paris, Seoul, Beijing, London, Maui, LA, Sydney. So many countries, so little time. I want to go to 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney Australia! I want to see if Nemo really is there. There are things holding me back from accomplishing this goal. Income, being the main obstacle. But one day we will travel the world. I look forward to that day. But in the mean time my goal is to raise healthy happy children who know they are wanted and loved. That, my friend, is happening every day.

Karen Excom made out a list of what she wanted to accomplish. She was fearless and went all in for her new book. Who knew she could write an Al Yankovich type parody on one of the most popular books out there. She accomplished what she was afraid of! Karen Excom wrote a funny parody on that famous book some shades of something…. Her book Fifty two Shades of Blue-ish is a laugh out loud book similar to that one book that shall go unnamed. She writes from her background and gives us a Jewish perspective allowing us something to giggle at and ponder. Her main character Rachel gets to live out her wildest fantasies with love, lust and Latkes! It is going on my must read list and I’m not Jewish.  Look for it and make it a Christmas gift for those you love!




This post was sponsored by the Role Mommy Writer’s Network (http://www.rolemommy.com/the-role-mommy-writers-network.php).

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