Friday, February 8, 2013

my ideal

i keep reading and re-reading through the comments so generously left on my last post. i even received some personal emails from readers all over the world. wow! i can't tell you how much your words of validation, wisdom, and encouragement meant to me. isn't it the best finding out that other people have/do feel like you feel? that you're not a lone weirdo?! thank you for allowing me some of that comfort this week.


wanna know what my ideal situation would be?

i would love it if our little film business grew and grew to the point where it was self-sustainable. chas could work part-time and then, on the days he's home with hero, i could work part-time on kelly arts: films from our awesome home office (which will be in the dream house we find in salt lake city, of course). on my work days, i'll take breaks from answering emails, booking clients, and editing films to eat lunch with my family and maybe even have a few minutes here and there to munch on those soft hero cheeks.

yup. that would be fabulous. and who knows? it's not completely out of the realm of possibility, right? if we work hard now, maybe that really could be a future reality. just thinking about it makes me a little giddy.


LaynahRose said...

That would be so perfect for you. It doesn't seem that far off to me! You've already worked really hard to get where you are and I have no doubt you could make your dream a reality if you keep it up

Brittany M. said...

You can totally do that! Honestly, your work is really good, all it needs is exposure! Have you ever thought of doing a livingsocial/groupon/sweetjack (or whatever you have out there) type promotion? My friend did that for her jewelry business and she has more work than she knows what to do with! Worth a shot anyway?

Melissa said...

That sounds like a perfect life! No reason to think it's not possible!!