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I am a member of the Yakima Tribe which is located on the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains, about three hours from here. For 20 years I shined shoes in downtown Seattle. It provided a stable—albeit less than affluent lifestyle—and introduced me to many interesting characters—one of whom, Michael "Fingers" Bartelson, you will meet in a fascinating novel to be published next year.
Seattle's Pike Place Market, home of the flying salmon! And this is where I first met Michael. Beat down by life and having abandoned his dreams, I told him it didn't have to be that way. He scoffed.
But I was awakened to a method of making one’s dreams come true that is so unbelievably simple (I know, I’m starting to sound like a get-rich-quick scheme that I would patent if able). But don’t infer simple to mean “without heartache or sweat.” There is plenty of that as the price of admission.
As Michael eventually learns (but not without a great deal of angst), all is possible!
That’s no misprint and it’s no mortgage to the devil. You can have all your dreams for one shiny quarter (though with cost of living increases, may be closer to a greenback today).
To that end, this amazing insight will be shared with you next year in a new novel: The Dreamers‘ Guide to CPR. I can’t tell you much else about the book other than it touches upon music, dying, animals, children, fishing, hope, ferry boats, Seattle, shoeshines, love lost, the Amazon jungle, songwriting—and of course, the making of dreams.
Over the winter, I will share more about this fascinating book with you. But in the meantime, I’d like to hear more about you and the marvel of how you are making your dreams a reality. And there will be famous Northwest edibles awarded for the best dreams-come-true sharing!