What if?

parques 004

I’ve asked myself all the “what if” questions this past week like: What if I don’t make money? What if I get lazy? What if I end up like so-and-so who has talent but sits around all day afraid of the world? What if I really don’t have talent? But I figure the only what if question that really matters is: What if I don’t try this?

What if?

Girl at Play, Alex Beauchamp

Like this:

0

Previous

Conversing, connecting, or both

Next

His new trick

8 Comments

  1. sam

    you are so pretty. <3

  2. Liz

    Beautiful picture. And I’ve found I can live with any outcome as long as I know I tried my best. Being afraid is much worse than being rejected or poor.

    • Liz’s recent blog post: Kindergarten Art: My Guide to Decorating

  3. Hmm, is this picture like 5 years old? I’ve seen this picture (or a picture really similar to it) back when we were in college!

    (And if it isn’t 5 years old, then take it as my compliment that you haven’t aged in the past 5 years. Cuz, uh… yeah, that’s what I really meant to say!)

  4. You are so pretty and look like a teenager.

    I envy your getting to write full time. Even the hard parts. Stick with it.

    • Pseudo’s recent blog post: Friday Foto: A Walk Around Diamond Head

  5. The picture is about 3 years old. So I was younger, but still 20. :P

  6. Trisha

    ‘What ifs’ are a waste of time.

    Follow your heart. Success will hear your call, know you are sincere and answer.

  7. Just think when you’re 50 you’ll only look 47 (or 45 by Albert’s standards–even better)!

    First, cool site redesign. Yay for you.
    Second, I live this to often, What if I end up like so-and-so who has talent but sits around all day afraid of the world? and usually a year later when I reflect I smack myself for not taking more action.

    Let’s end the smacking. We need the brain cells.

    • Angie’s recent blog post: Waving my white flag

  8. Ahh, typo: too often.

    • Angie’s recent blog post: Waving my white flag

Comments are closed.



Powered by WordPress & Theme by Anders Norén