Day 3 – Creating A Vision For The Future

Welcome back Readers!

I really appreciate you taking the time to have a look at my very first project. Being that this is my first writing project I appreciate any and all constructive comments that could help me in my writing journey.

Day 3 of Natalie’s challenge asks her audience to describe their perfect day, in present tense, as if I was living my dream lifestyle.

I wake up, in my lovely king bed with my lovely wife next to me, who, no matter what always wakes up at least an hour or so after I do. I get up quietly so as not to wake her, hop into my lovely glass shower in the bathroom to start my day. After I finish my shower I finish my regular routine of a nice shave, and getting dressed for the day. I notice from the nearly all glass walls in my bathroom that it looks like it will be an amazingly beautiful day today.

forest-home-in-new-york-from-outsideI look at my wife’s garden and take note the plants need some care this afternoon, and I’m also reminded I need to plant the apple tree with my oldest daughter today, she hasn’t stopped talking about it since she finished that botany unit in science class. Heading downstairs quietly, it’s still early enough the kids are sleeping, I turn on the coffee pot and get a few things out for breakfast for the girls. Like clockwork, about 15 minutes after I put the coffee on, I hear some footsteps slowly coming down the stairs. I see my gorgeous wife smile and I hand her the coffee I made just for her. We chat about the days going’s on and get the balance of breakfast ready. As usual the kids get themselves up and ready for school, to sit down and have breakfast with us. We all finish up, I kiss my wife goodbye and pack up the kids in the vehicle. I drop off my children at school and rush home.

As I pull into the drive I see my wife working away in her garden as I smile to myself. I head inside, grab some refreshments, and head to my office. I do all my best work in the morning, I return emails, phone calls, and reach out to some perspective clients where I may be able to deliver some of my discourses. I complete my podcast for the day, and my daily writing. I plan for the rest of the content I will deliver that week. Soon I look up and my wife is darkening my hallway telling me my time is up and it is time for us to do our “home work” but not until after we have a nice lunch on her newly cared for garden patio.

This is my dream morning. I hope you enjoyed reading this as much as I enjoyed writing it.



This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 3


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