Daydreams are what make the impossible possible.
I have a little list of things I’d like to accomplish in my life and most of the time I don’t spend a lot of my waking hours working towards those goals. Between work, being a mom of two young girls, and lots and lots of mundane things that just need to get done like laundry, meals, and keeping myself and our kids clean and healthy. There are many nights that I sit at my laptop to write just to relax. However, I do realize that one day sooner than later my girls will both be independent and I will never stop trying to check off items from my ‘to do’ list. Yes, I’d like to write a book. Yes, I’d like to create an album. Yes, I’d like to travel the world. It will come with time and the greatest gift I have learned in recent years is that patience, something that always seemed to allude me, is actually now one of my greatest strengths. I’m no longer in such a hurry to rush through life and I enjoy my time with my family while still having lots of things I look forward to in life. I know I will get there and I won’t quit my daydreams because I know I can achieve them once I work towards them. In many ways, things I’m doing now are just preparing me to be in a great position to skim from my experiences and I do think the longer you live the more you have perspective and an understanding of those dreams and goals and I’ve always had a laser focus when I’m ready to achieve something. At the moment, I am happy seeing my kids excel in their education and being able to pay for things that they need. It doesn’t have to be a trade-off, but it is my priority right now and I’m sticking to it!
Perhaps my own insistence to have my own special ‘to do’ list in my life draws me to the inspirational tees by a new company called Doc Shorty. I love their tees because their messages are important and powerful. No matter if your daydreams are about opening a cupcake shop or magically figuring out how to make it so the toilet paper always goes over instead of under… don’t give up on your daydream. It’s not just a message that I carry for myself, it’s a message that I want to pass on to my two daughters that whatever they can dream up, they can do. It’s the dreamers that become do-ers and when those two things unite, something magical really does happen. While Doc Shorty’s children’s sizes won’t be coming out yet, they will be coming soon – and in the interim, I love the tees available in adult sizes and found the shirt “Don’t Quit Your Daydream” to be very comfy with a great fit that displays a message that I love. Plus, the tees are made right here in the USA and a percentage of the profits go to MS research. Love!
After all, dreams do become reality.
About Doc Shorty tees:
- Made on insanely soft shirts
- 10% of profits donated to multiple sclerosis research
- Made in the USA
- Unisex sizing
Charity! Doc Shorty donates 10% of profits to multiple sclerosis research. Not a day goes by that the Doc Shorty team doesn’t daydream about the cure for multiple sclerosis being discovered.
About Doc Shorty: Creator, Ryan, and his wife started the company Doc Shorty with a very special person in mind, Ryan’s grandfather. Ryan always looked up to his grandfather, who had a hard work ethic and loved to make people smile. He started calling Ryan Doc Shorty as a nickname when he was just a small child. Sadly, Ryan’s grandfather passed away when he was 15, but his grandfather and his given nickname makes him smile. Since the duo wanted their brand to be about motivation and happiness, the name Doc Shorty was a perfect fit.
P.S. Happy Birthday, Brooke! Your daddy and I hope all of your dreams come true. Don’t ever quit your daydream!
List Price: $ 32.00