Sunday

Someday, I'll be a knight.


Hello friends. Another random thought from yours truly.

The other day I was watching a Knight's Tale and Heath Ledger's character said something that stuck out to me. Right when he is sitting on the horse, in his armor, about to joust for the first time, he says:

I've waited my whole life for this moment.

I got to thinking, what have I waited my whole life for? Everyone has that moment when they realize what they are about to do is what their whole life has been about. Everything, up until that point, doesn't matter at all. It is all about this moment, this minute, this second, you have waited your whole life for.

Everyone has a different moment they have been waiting for.

It could be a proposal.
Graduation. 
Becoming a parent.
Owning your career.
[btw this picture rocks]

Everyone has a different idea of that moment, but it's just as important to every one of us. It is amazing, breathtaking, life changing. The more I thought about it, the more I realized there is no question as to what that moment is.

It is a moment I have worked toward my whole life. Every decision I have made, every chance I have taken, every opportunity I have taken advantage of has revolved around this life changing moment. No choice I have made has been without this in mind. I have missed out on things, I have said no when the world would have me say yes, I have been mocked and teased and judged for this moment. And yet I know, without a single doubt in my heart, that when that moment comes (hopefully far in the distant future) none of that will matter. I know that as I wake up that day, walk up those steps, and stare up at this place, I will say to myself...

Going to the temple to receive my endowment will be the moment I have known I was waiting my whole life for. It won't be for a mission, a marriage, or for any other reason than me, wanting to make covenants with my Heavenly Father, for myself and myself alone. What a blessing.

3 comments:

Sam Bawden Photography said...

You are absolutely amazing Misty Raquel Dunny. I am truly blessed to have you as a friend someone that is doing the right things and has the focus of the temple in your view. =) can't wait to be there for you when you go through. =) love you Misty

Brindi said...

It Will Be A Great Day! Can I Come? When? I Love You Dearly! I Miss You!

Justin Kelley said...

I used to be anti blogs! But you found a way to word the thought process and dialogue I have with myself! I might now be a believer, maybe just in yours! Your a super impressive girl, and I'm excited for you to say "I've been waiting my whole life for this"