We’re sometimes asked, “what does Chasing Windmills mean?” In short, it’s a journey with an open heart.
It’s about chasing an ideal bigger than yourself; it’s about remaining an optimist even in the face of cynicism; it’s about striving to live up to heroic visions of what we can be, what our children can be, and what our world can be.
Chasing your personal windmill isn’t easy. It takes a belief in impossible dreams and the will to enjoy life’s journey, whatever comes your way.
But, if you can hold onto a sense of wonder, then you’re on the right track. If you believe that the universe is friendly, you’ve got a chance.
We are all chasing windmills, every day. To quote Sarah’s Dad:
"I like to read biography not because I worship the person, nor that I want to seek him [or her] as my model for my life, but because it offers a sense of inspiration to see men and women trying to live up to their ideals, struggling through crisis and remaining steadfast in tribulation. Sometimes they come out triumphant, yet sometimes not too well. But the outcome is not essential; instead, it is the courage and the process of struggle which induce inspiration and give the feeling that we are not alone in this world.”
And so, Chasing Windmills is part of our biography. It’s deeply personal to us, as is your decision to share the natural goodness of merino wool with your little one. You have welcomed us into your home — made us a part of your biography — and for that we are forever grateful.
Here’s to your biography, your chase, and the windmills that await.