Can You Relate To This?


This poignant clip is about saving up for a dream…and dipping into those savings along the way when life’s path was met with reasons or obstacles, emergencies or life’s unexpected kinks— to merit use of the hard-earned dream money.

I think most of us would be able to point to something in our lives that side-tracked us or put the dream on hold.

Usually, too, that thing which merited the funds diversion was something which gave us a sense of personal joy just to be able to help.

Thanks for coming by to share a thoughtful reminder that life indeed is too short.  What we make of it is everything, in the end.

I’d like to thank my sweetheart for passing this my way…to be able to share with all of you.


Hope you enjoy “Corvette Heaven” as much as we did!


Thank you,  baby.

©C.S. Thompson, 2015

5 Responses to “Can You Relate To This?”

  1. A clever advert. Life’s plans often get crushed underfoot by other things and that’s OK. Helping others is a pleasure. My biggest worry is who the heck got the money from the jar when he had his heart attack, did some honest soul gather it together to give to his wife?
    When I became ill a few years ago now I gave away money to charity and virtually anyone who needed it or seemed to. It came to about $150,000.00. My wife wasn’t too chuffed of course but she knew the reasons. I ended up with no savings. Do I regret it? Not a bit, if it helped someone feel better that’s good.There are plenty of youngsters who would empty their jar like the boy in the advert and it gives me hope for the future.
    xxx Huge Hugs to you both xxx

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  2. Yes I can relate to this. Very good.


  3. Yea, I saw this a few months ago….it is so true.

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