I wish I had known this…

I had such a proud mama moment this week…

I picked up my daughter from summer day camp and by the time we got home she realized she lost her toy.

Paige thought it may have been at the park they had visited earlier in the day, so after dinner I zipped down to the park with her to see if it was there.

Sure enough on a playground full of kids, there was her toy. Still there.

She jumped up and down excited and said, “Mommy, it worked!”

I wasn’t sure what she meant so I asked.

“Mommy, mommy I thought it in my mind and it worked. Just like you said, I pictured it sitting on the edge of the playground and it was there just like I pictured! Wow, I have a strong mind, don’t I mommy?”

I had the biggest grin on my face.

“Yes, you do.” I said

And you know what else?

So do you.

As young kids we’re so open to believe in possibility.

What if you could have the open mind of a kid again? 

What would you visualize? 

What would you imagine? 

What would you expect to be already done?

Have fun with this. You, too, have a strong mind with a vivid imagination, but the less you use its power, the less you believe its capacity to create.

Sending you lots of love and imagination this weekend.

P.S. Tell me what you imagined when uncensored in the comments below…

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