Recovering a lost dream

@maxen07 (889)
April 5, 2010 12:11am CST
Susan Boyle made it big in the music industry in her sixties but in reality the percentage of actually making your dreams come true at that age is very low. I'm turning twenty-six soon and I was told that it'll be hard for me to be noticed since a lot of younger singers are emerging nowadays. For years, I've blinded myself of wanting to become an artist instead but my artworks were never as good as the notes I could hit. I became friends with a band vocalist and he inspired me to dream of a singing career. Deep down this is what I've always wanted to do with my life but I never thought that I was physically appropriate at it because I've always been obese. Is it really too late?
2 responses
• United States
19 Feb 11
I have a friend who became an opera singer and started taking voice lessons at age 50. He retired after a successful fifteen-year career. Most opera singers tend to be pretty hefty (myself included) so you'd be in good company!
@jobmoone (442)
• Philippines
5 Apr 10
Sometimes or most of the time don't really happen to most people. The only thing happen is to discover your own nature, to know that you can also do it in this kind of way, why not try to examine your own innate capability? Knowing one's ownself is a great fullfilment to reach dreams. you can do more than this, or that.