I suppose I could tell you of the many adventures I dream of on a daily basis. But I won’t. I suppose I could tell you of the many beautiful places I have been. But I’m not. I suppose I could talk of the unique people I have met over a span of years. But no, I won’t do that.

What I will do is tell you of the many adventures I have every single day and never leave my home.

I fly airplanes over amazing lands. I see and hear exotic animals that would blow your mind. I dance a thousand dances for those who love and applaud me.

I tame lions. I’ve learned to become a crazy clown who can juggle balls into the air and make someone laugh. I create forts, tunnels and houses with my bare hands. Oh, did I mention I’m an artist? I also help others find their creativity through painting. I think I’m a really good story-teller. I can captivate an audience to the point of dropped jaws and blank stares. I have leaped tall buildings and have been chased by wild animals.

Yes. My life is such an adventure. Wanderlust consumes me and I have this vibrant hope for the unknown. There’s nothing like the feeling of exploring new and exciting places each and every day of your life and getting paid for it.

Everyday, I wake up to a new and exciting adventure with the hopes of someone laughing and smiling back at me with the understanding they are loved and cared for.

There’s no other feeling like that of experiencing and exploring new ideas and places with children on a daily basis. A mind can take you anywhere. And the more you explore, the more you know about the world around you.

I’ve always known from the time I was young, I belonged among the wildflowers where I could experience life to reach my full potential. As a child care provider/teacher/friend…I am not only able to help children realize their wanderlust for life, but I too, am able to reach my full potential with my God-given talents and abilities.

I do believe it’s time for another adventure.

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