Don't' you wish you had this kitchen? I do. Cooking for me is creative and relaxing after work, although I admit there are times I'm over that and want to be served.
I have been fortunate to meet some inspiring, friendly chefs which feeds my fantasy of being a top notch chef whose restaurant has a waiting list for happy foodies. Remember I said that was a fantasy. I know how difficult and time inclusive restaurant owning and being a chef can be.
Have you had fantasies of a different career rather than the one you have lived? I even thought I would love working for Travel and Leisure Magazine and report from exotic locations, taking exquisite photos.
Then I woke up and remembered I hate mosquitoes and chapped lips.
I never wanted to be a ski instructor. I am not physically that confident. I went water skiing at Lake Tahoe about four years ago but that was because I was inspired to be the "fun aunt/mom" while I watched my three nephews and daughter spontaneously laugh while whirling over the waves and saying can I do it again? I skied once praying I could get up and stay up. I did but truly I wanted hot chocolate and pajamas. I didn't ask if I could do it again!
I dreamed of being an architect but of course I didn't want to pay that much attention to details and numbers. I did want to see something I created standing tall. I settled for my tall daughter.
Cooking and chefs are still a passion. Soon I will be sharing pictures of a mentoring idea that came to me while walking my neighborhood.
What careers or hobbies have you dreamed of even though you knew you wouldn't do them, or did you?
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