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Melissa Borghorst offers a workshop on making one’s dreams come true by writing them down, at the BookWorks bookstore in Marysville at 10 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 6. - SARAH ARNEY The Arlington Times
Melissa Borghorst offers a workshop on making one’s dreams come true by writing them down, at the BookWorks bookstore in Marysville at 10 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 6.
— image credit: SARAH ARNEY The Arlington Times

MARYSVILLE — It’s her version of a bucket list, but basically the same idea, said Melissa Borghorst, who believes Walt Disney when he said, “If you can dream it, you can do it.”

A resident of Bellingham, Borghorst will lead a mini-workshop, “What’s on Your Dream List?” at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 at The BookWorks, 1510 Third St. in Marysville.

She wants to inspire Marysville residents and neighbors to do what they need to do to make their dreams come true.

“I believe that writing down your dreams helps a lot in making them come true,” Borghorst said.

“I’ve had a dream list for years,” she said. She creates journals specially for that purpose.

“Nothing exhilarates the soul more than accomplishing your hopes, your dreams, and your heart’s desire,” Borghorst said.

She will guide visitors to BookWorks bookstore through the steps from her new Dream List Photo Journal series.

“You’ll walk away inspired and enthused, with your own dream list in hand,” she said.

Borghorst is on a mission to inspire people around the world to follow their dreams and celebrate their accomplishments. She sends this message through her Dream List Photo Journals and motivational workshops.

For further information, please email info@dreamlistmedia.com, call 360-676-6718, or visit www.dreamlistmedia.com.

This is the author’s first time to visit BookWorks, although she is familiar with Marysville.

“Marysville is the place I’ve often stopped on my journey to and from visiting family in Seattle.

The workshop is directed toward teens and up.

The workshop should appeal to college students as well people planning their retirement.

For information call Mary Burns at BookWorks, 360-659-4997.

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