I am really glad something like this is out in the market. More sensible than most planners kids buy these days…

Well, your Dreambook jumpstarted that for me last week.  Believe it or not, I had stopped dreaming for a decade. I was just this forlorn negatron resigned to a life of hardship, obligation and disappointment. As a young graduate I had to let go of dreams nurtured through college. As a young professional, I numbed myself to desire and simply lived to work and provide. Until it became a lifestyle.

I spoke of God and His faithfulness and goodness to encourage others, yet deep down feared to fully hope in Him. So I stopped dreaming and desiring altogether. I lost my mom to cancer just last year–the best friend, dream-chaser and cheerleader I ever had. I buried myself further into household management, chores, work, and taking care of another ailing parent. The mundane things made sense. It was practical. Black and white. Long sordid story short, it was a bleak horizon. And I was wallowing. It was like that for a loooong time. Then during one of my random trips to National Bookstore, I was walking down the aisle when a flash of yellow caught my eye. I stared at the title “I Chase My Dreams Now”. I could have been a statue. I just stared at the words and found myself picking the book up. I chase my dreams now… Now… It was like an awakening (LOTR soundtrack playing as I type this). Haha. Sorry. Napahaba. But I’d like to tell you that you are a blessing. God is using you to touch many people’s lives. I want to dream again. Thanks to your trigger of a Dreambook.

Well, your Dreambook jumpstarted that for me last week.  Believe it or not, I had stopped dreaming for a decade. I was just this forlorn negatron resigned to a life of hardship, obligation and disappointment. As a young graduate I had to let go of dreams nurtured through college. As a young professional, I numbed myself to desire and simply lived to work and provide. Until it became a lifestyle. I spoke of God and His faithfulness and goodness to encourage others, yet deep down feared to fully hope in Him. So I stopped dreaming and desiring altogether. I lost my mom to cancer just last year–the best friend, dream-chaser and cheerleader I ever had. I buried myself further into household management, chores, work, and taking care of another ailing parent. The mundane things made sense. It was practical. Black and white. Long sordid story short, it was a bleak horizon. And I was wallowing. It was like that for a loooong time. Then during one of my random trips to National Bookstore, I was walking down the aisle when a flash of yellow caught my eye. I stared at the title “I Chase My Dreams Now”. I could have been a statue. I just stared at the words and found myself picking the book up. I chase my dreams now… Now… It was like an awakening (LOTR soundtrack playing as I type this). Haha. Sorry. Napahaba. But I’d like to tell you that you are a blessing. God is using you to touch many people’s lives. I want to dream again. Thanks to your trigger of a Dreambook.

Well, your Dreambook jumpstarted that for me last week.  Believe it or not, I had stopped dreaming for a decade. I was just this forlorn negatron resigned to a life of hardship, obligation and disappointment. As a young graduate I had to let go of dreams nurtured through college. As a young professional, I numbed myself to desire and simply lived to work and provide. Until it became a lifestyle. I spoke of God and His faithfulness and goodness to encourage others, yet deep down feared to fully hope in Him. So I stopped dreaming and desiring altogether. I lost my mom to cancer just last year–the best friend, dream-chaser and cheerleader I ever had. I buried myself further into household management, chores, work, and taking care of another ailing parent. The mundane things made sense. It was practical. Black and white. Long sordid story short, it was a bleak horizon. And I was wallowing. It was like that for a loooong time. Then during one of my random trips to National Bookstore, I was walking down the aisle when a flash of yellow caught my eye. I stared at the title “I Chase My Dreams Now”. I could have been a statue. I just stared at the words and found myself picking the book up. I chase my dreams now… Now… It was like an awakening (LOTR soundtrack playing as I type this). Haha. Sorry. Napahaba. But I’d like to tell you that you are a blessing. God is using you to touch many people’s lives. I want to dream again. Thanks to your trigger of a Dreambook.

Fjel Maranan