"Love is like a butterfly, it goes where it pleases and it pleases wherever it goes."
Have a vision! Create! Inspire! Believe! Do it with joy! Be Passionate! Work Hard! Don't Ever Give Up! Persevere-Persevere-Persevere! Have Faith!
Make your dreams come true!
I have a little dream:)
I created a blogger award last week for my Friday's Featured Follower, Amy(A Social Blogger Butterfly). It is the Butterfly Blogger Award. I would love to see this Butterfly fluttering around blog world! If you are reading this post, you are a butterfly! Please take this award(at the top of this post), put it on your blog and share it with whomever you wish. There are no instructions for taking this award today.
If you prefer instructions, here they are:
1. Give this award to three bloggers who are participating in a blog challenge, party or event!
2.Tell them to pass it on to three more bloggers who are participating in a challenge, party or event!
3. They should link the award back to you, so they know where the love came from!:)
I am inspired by a story. This story is about an Artist who had a vision and realized it! His name is Mark Wagner. Mark has a blog The Art of Being a Dad and that is how I found his story. He has written two books, The Art of Being a Dad and Small Town-Big Vision
Small Town -Big Vision is about a project (vision). The project was to create the largest sidewalk chalk art drawing with all of the children of his small town contributing (Some adults joined in too)! You can see video, pictures and read more about this project on Marks website:
Re-enchanting the world throught Art (Don't you just love that title?) This is what it says on his website:
WE DID IT! WE SET AN OFFICIAL NEW GUINNESS WORLD RECORD
The largest chalk pavement art measured 90,000 square feet, and was created by 5,678 children from schools in Alameda, California, USA, for the
Kids' Chalk Art Project between May 27 - June 7, 2008.
The KIDS' CHALK ART PROJECT was a community art event that celebrates and supports the creative spirit of our children. The Project's goal was to collaboratively create the World's Largest Chalk Drawing with the kids of Alameda (K-12), their families, friends, and neighbors, as well as the greater community of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Do you have a dream or vision? Are you taking the steps necessary to make it happen?
I hope your dreams come true!