Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Wishcast Wednesday

Jamie asks us a very thought provoking question for Wishcast Wednesday.

This week she asks:

What luxury do you wish for?

I don't very often think in terms of luxury. My needs and wants are few really. I love books and art and have indulged myself.

But if I was really honest, I would say that I would love to have the luxury to retire now. I am past tired, and would love to start my own art for kids programme, create more and have time to volunteer.

As Jamie says " You can be a maker of magic and a tender of wishes. It’s easy. Support wishes by visiting other participants. There is great power in wishing together."

Be sure to visit the other wishcasting participants here.


Kavindra said...

That is putting Wishcasting to Very Very Good Use!

As Beverly wishes for herself, I ardently wish for her.

I love that you want to "retire" into being of service with your time and creativity. How can the Universe say no to that? :)

Leone said...

As Bev wishes for herself, I wish for her also.

It would be wonderful to be able to retire early, that is THE most valuable thing money can buy - the freedom of choice.

I may write out the parts of my story from the book on my blog. I'll have to think about it.

It must be very draining to teach children, especially with two difficult ones in the class. Rewarding but draining.

I, too, have to do my "intentional exercise" (walking for 20 min) for today. My daughter, who is a personal trainer, insists that it must be intentional. I am not very good at that and usually incorporate it into my shopping.

I know Hastings Park but have never been there to the races.

Karen D said...

As Bev wishes for herself, so I wish for her also. May you find the time to do all you dream to do.

Genie Sea said...

As Beverly wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.

Miss Becky said...

As Beverly wishes for herself, I so very much wish for her also. :)

Tim King said...

What a sweet and wonderful wish Beverley. As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you also.


Beverley Baird said...

Thank you all for stopping by!
The time issue really is affecting my blogging time now! I don't get as much time to visit and comment on others' great posts! I am so missing that. Summer was a luxury. I do so appreciate all your kind wishes and comments. So thanks again.

Jenni said...

as Beverly wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.

I love the creativity, the fresh beginning, embedded in your wish.

bright blessings!

Cindy said...

I love that you are wishing to "retire" into work more suited for this stage in your life. May you find the way to make it work!

As Beverly wishes for herself, so I do wholeheartedly wish for her also!