If Wishes were Fishes, We’d Never Go Hungry

If you want fish, you have to go for it

When I was a little girl on walks with my mother, I loved finding dandelions. My mother told me that if I made a wish and blew all the seeds off, my wish would come true. So, I would blow as hard as I could and watch the seeds carrying my wish into the wind.




“Success is a journey, not a destination.” — Arthur Ashe

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Patricia Haddock

Patricia Haddock

Writer, editor, coach helping people move from where they are to where they want to be. Find me at Mind Cafe, Illumination, Coffee Times. & pat@phaddock.com.

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