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Ever since I was a little girl I loved to wish. I would seek out the first star that I would see at night and make a fervent plea that the latest fancy of my heart would come true. My wishes have been all over the place from wanting to become a ballet dancer, to being to asked to prom to finding my car keys. I still do it and it has been one of those fixtures in my life that hasn’t changed. Now, my children make their wishes and I love to hear what they whisper in their little wishes.
To me, wishing is special. It takes a special moment or event to make a wish: The finding of a complete puffy dandilion and blowing away all of its seeds, managing to extinguish all the birthday candles (a task that gets harder each year,) the rare glimpse at a shooting star, or my year with the turkey wishbone. Nighttime star wishing is still my favorite.
A wish has been described as a hope or desire for something unattainable. However, I strongly believe that our strongest desires can be achieved if we only take the time to know and believe that they will happen. That is the most important part of your wish. Making it come true!
I have added Friday the 13th to my collection of wishing moments. So many people have made it into a day of gore and horror. I have changed it to a day of fascination and magic. It is a day that doesn’t come around often so, I take advantage of it. So, take today and make your wish. Believe (and work) hard that to make it come true. Then sit back and enjoy the wonder!
Enjoy the video. A mother made it for her daughters that is why the girls and the names come up. However, the words to this song are absolutely perfect. So, this is my wish for you on this day of wonder.