This quote resonated with me when I first saw the movie, and it still does to this day. I have a wonderful life. I have been blessed with a good family, a loving husband, and so many positive experiences and opportunities. But... I have always played it safe. I have never made any life altering mistakes, taken any huge risks, or traveled to any exotic places. I was a pretty responsible kid growing up; I got good grades, went to college, married a good man, got a job, and paid off my school debt. We lead a small life, in a small town, in a small house. We even have a small dog. I have nothing to complain about, but I often wonder what my life would be like if I had taken more chances... if I didn't always play it so safe. When Riley first started talking about his dream of buying a sailboat and sailing down the coast it was one of those, "maybe someday when I'm retired" sort of dreams. Yeah, I thought it sounded interesting, but my train of thinking at the time was more on the path of, "let's find our dream home, have kids"...etc. But the more he talked about it, the more I began to see it as my opportunity to step out of the safe zone and have an adventure. It's not the conventional path to take at our stage in life, and that idea started to grow on me more and more. Finally, I told him if we were going to do this, we have to do it now. Like, right now. Before we have kids, or decide where we want to live for the next several years. Before I get too comfortable in my rut. It's time to shake things up a little.