Before surgery on his hand, a man asked, “Will I be able to play the piano after surgery, doc?”
The doctor assured him he would still be able to play piano after the surgery. To which the man replied, “Good, I’ve always wanted to play the piano.”
I took this “dad” joke and looked a little deeper. Most of us have dreams of what we want to do “someday.” Hopes and dreams are usually put away on a shelf in your mind and you have comfort in knowing you can get them out “when the time is right.”
The sad fact is that most people breathe their last breath with those hopes and dreams still sitting on that dusty closet shelf.
I challenge you to get one or two of your “someday” dreams out and start working on them.
I’m dusting off an old skill that I never fully developed and after several decades I’m now going to learn it well.