25
Oct
07

If I Could…

I would:

  • sing in a southern gospel quartet. I bet you would never guess this about me – but some of the most fun I’ve ever had musically is singing these amazing harmonies.
  • spend a whole week just staring at Reagan
  • go on vacation for a month to Italy with Don
  • find the time to take guitar lessons again
  • work full time trying to get Angela and Christopher published
  • go to culinary school and then open a restaurant with my smoochie
  • dance like no one was watching
  • start over
  • not have drank that frappachino five minutes ago
  • empty my closet and then go shopping (wait…I’ve done that one before)
  • give all of my wonderful staff big fat raises b/c they all deserve it 🙂
  • sing the national anthem at a nationally televised football game…yea…
  • go to Pottery Barn right now and redo my entire house and office (thanks, Millie, for making me jealous!)
  • live half of every year in Nashville singing backup for country music stars
  • get a tattoo – don’t know what of right now – but I’m feeling a little mischievous at the moment
  • write a book about the transitioning church ( I guess this is one that I could do, isn’t it?)

So – what would you do right now if you could do anything without fear of failure or retribution?

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7 Responses to “If I Could…”


  1. 1 Steph
    October 25, 2007 at 6:46 pm

    I would so go to Nashville and sing backup with you!

  2. 2 Hope
    October 25, 2007 at 7:03 pm

    If I could I would:

    *never wear makeup
    *smoke weed
    *paint and make jewelry
    *write a childrens book
    *hire a house cleaner and cook
    *wear jeans tshirts and crocs everyday
    *go to a different concert every night
    *load Christopher and the kids into an RV and just head west
    *swim in the Gulf of Mexico everyday
    *get in the car, grab Steph and come see you!!

  3. October 26, 2007 at 7:35 pm

    Without fear of failure or retribution…I would:

    Travel all over the world with my hubbie
    Hire a personal trainer
    Plant beautiful things in my garden
    Build an earth craft home
    Open a flower shop
    Have lots of babies…and a Nanny
    Go on a shopping spree at Anthropologie

    …and many more. Thanks for inspiring me to share! =P

  4. 4 candress
    October 27, 2007 at 2:49 am

    I would;
    buy a villa in Fiesole that overlooks Florence, Italy.
    Walk to the market to buy fresh bread every day.
    Cappucino and pastry for breakfast.
    Take a gondola ride with my hunky husband.
    Visit one art gallery per week.
    Sing like no one was listening.
    See my kids and grandkids more.
    Yep. That’s what I’d do.

  5. October 27, 2007 at 1:53 pm

    i have 2.. polar opposites.

    i would quit my job and go live in the amish country for a good year or so just writing and being.

    or. i would accept the job i turned down in dubai working with land acquisitions.

  6. 6 christophercaleb
    October 28, 2007 at 5:36 pm

    Take a year to write Bayou Boys for real.

    Write, sing, and play guitar for a rock band (think Iron & Wine meets Mute Math)

    Snowboard constantly.

    Fish the Gulf Stream.

    Get inked.

    See Europe, slowly, with my wife.

    Take my kids to the Caribbean.

    Design and build a house in the mountains with Hope.

    Buy a Jeep.

    Read my poetry out loud in a crowded city square.

    Speak…my…mind.


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