So, what does I Dream in Disco mean to me? Let me preface this by saying that I have a loving husband, an adorable son, and a hilarious dog.
I’m in my early thirties, and when I look back to the days when I was on partying on the dancefloor in my early twenties, I can’t help but think how much life has changed. I was so carefree, daring, and excited about the adventures that entwined my life. Some could say that it may have been the best time of my life, but to me it is all so relative.
Being married and engrossed in motherhood has changed everything, but in the best of ways. Life gets hectic, but every minute is cherished overall. Balancing love, career, and family is what I hold near and dear to my heart and soul.
The difference in looking back to my younger, socialite-filled days as compared to now, is that I have gained the knowledge, experience, and responsibility that I’ve always strived for in my earlier years. I don’t have any regrets, and I truly believe that every decision has been aligned to lead me to where I am today; including how I met my husband, but we’ll save that story for another time.
I Dream in Disco encompasses my outlook on life as it’s always been. The “dreams” are deeply engrained in my soul and represent all of my goals and achievements. While the “disco” symbolizes my carefree and positive nature in the way I try to live my life on a daily basis, in even some of the most medial tasks.
I may have gone from the dancefloor to diapers, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.
In the words of Depeche Mode, “Let me show you the world in my eyes.”