Everybody loved the wishing game the first few times we did it. But then the boys got older and understood this game involved a winner and loser. Someone got their wish and the other didn’t. My husband and I stopped giving them wishbones to fight over because the bickering between the boys got to be too much. I still saved the bones but no one was wishing with them.
I think something similar happens to many moms, maybe even you. You stop making wishes. You don't want to create conflict, make a fuss, or be selfish. You're afraid things will get out of hand. You worry if you want something too hard or too much, you'll need to make room for it, and your life feels way too full already.
You save the bones, unbroken.
But everything worthwhile begins with a wish. Wishes nourish every plan. They're a quiet whisper in the dark, a confession you want another baby, want a different job, or want more creative time to dream and build and wish some more.
It’s time now to make your wish. And make another after that. And another and another, snapping through the bare bones to reach the marrow of what you love, waiting at the sweet, rich, juicy center of your life.
Are you not sure anymore what to wish for? Or are your wishes so big that it seems like your life as it is can't contain them all? Schedule a free call with me and together we'll figure out how to nurture your wishes so that they (and you) can come true.