Like the infamous speech given my Martin Luther King , Jr. in 1963. I, too, have a dream.
Of course, it's not as profound and life altering as the dream Dr. King had for racial equality and an end to discrimination. Heck, it's not even inspiring, powerful, motivating, or revolutionary. But it's a dream, nonetheless.
It, too, is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.
I have a dream that my two little children will one day live in a home where they will not have to send their mother off to work every day. A dream where I can make a living from the comfort of my own home, surrounded by those I love most and doing that which brings me joy.
I have a dream today.
And someday I hope to be able to shout, "Free at last! Free at last! Thank God Almighty, we are free at last!"