When I was young I had a motto, "I'd rather see the world from another angle." No, I didn't make that up, Jewel did. Still, I felt like it defined me. I had the same hopes and ambitions that every little girl who grows up in a boring little town in Texas has: big city, fame, and fortune.
The days that would never be.
Remembering the dreams that I once dreamed, but chose to leave behind.
So. Much. Sweeter.
So I'm re-defining greatness. It's not a measure of status or wealth of credentials, it's a measure of life. It's what is reflected in our lives. When I die it won't matter how great people thought I was or how great I felt. All that will matter is that maybe, a few people will look at me along the way and think: