Earlier this month, I wrote about missing the good old days. That was especially true for me since Easter always reminds me of my mother’s battle with cancer and her last days on earth. But today, I’m looking at the future.

I’m typically not a backward-looking person. Despite living in a messy world, there’s always something to look forward to. From my tiny corner of the world, the future looks good to me.

At the moment, my most significant reason for looking at the future is my retirement from a 26 year teaching career. But I also look farther into the future and imagine what might come to pass one day.

My husband jokes (I think) about the day when scientific breakthroughs allow him to lift his head off his frame, position his noggin in front of the TV, and send the rest of his body to work out on the treadmill.

When I think about all the changes we’ve seen in the last 50 years, I can only dream of what will come. Here are some of my dreams for the future, both far and near.

What are you hoping to find in the days, months, and years ahead? Send me an email or leave a comment to share what you hope to see.

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