Recently, I’ve begun to notice that my childhood aspirations somehow got lost along the way. I watch my children engage in the world around them and find myself so inspired by their willingness to lose themselves in their interests, to embrace their passions. I used to dream big. I used to have delusions of grandeur, if you will. Somewhere along the way I let myself let go of the big dreams. I ignored them. Rather than set them free, I pinned them down. A change, however, is in the air. Lately, I’ve been so inspired by people who have followed their hearts, who have held their dreams in their hands and nurtured them. Dear readers, I have a true inspiration to share with you today.
Keren Kemp has spent her life with grand ideas and “has come to the conclusion that she suffers from “Delusions of Grandeur” and the only cure is to act out her dreams and drown her fears by living and doing rather than dreaming and wondering.” Her line of jewelry is also called “Delusions of Grandeur” and I don’t really think there could be a better homage. This Phoenix necklace is a personal favorite but let’s also not forget the Twin Peaks Cuff, the Geo necklace, or the Tango Studs. I could go on and on, but why don’t you just click through the site and find your own dreams. And remember, always dream big.
Delusions of Grandeur is giving away one pair of Shandy earrings to one lucky winner!
To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Thursday, October 24th. Comments now closed…good luck!
Please visit Delusions of Grandeur and tell us: What is your big dream?
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