Today’s topic in the “30 Things I Want My Son To Know About Me” is, “If you could have 3 wishes, what would you wish for?” I thought this would be easy, but it is not.
Because 3 wishes would be incredible, yet, I’d probably later, think, “Why didn’t I wish for this… or that?”
If there were a magic lamp and a Genie to grant me three wishes — my first wish would be to have an infinite number of wishes. Hey, my Mama didn’t raise a dummy. 😉
Seriously, though, it wasn’t quite so easy to come up with 3 wishes. And if I answer this question next week, or a month or a year from now, one or more of the wishes could be different, but for today, if I could have 3 wishes, what would I wish for….
1. No more cancer. I would wish for a cure of ALL cancers. A cure that everyone would get — rich or poor. I would wish that the entire world would be free from cancer. Not only a cure for those already with cancer, but a vaccination given to everyone that would keep you from ever getting cancer.
2. I would wish for my son to always feel loved and joy in his heart. ALWAYS. I want him to be an optimist. I want laughter to always come easily for him. I hope that he will never let hardships or bad things keep him down or break his spirit.
3. I wish for a world that didn’t judge women so harshly. A world where we felt comfortable in our own skins, regardless of our shape or size, or whether we worked out of the home or a stay at home mom/work from home moms. I wish that women were more supportive of each other.
There you have it… my wishes are rather deep, I guess. I do know I’m wishing for another cup of coffee right now, this very minute, though.
Tune in next week when the topic will be, “What is your dream job, and why?”
If you had 3 wishes what would you wish for?
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