Sunday, March 16, 2008

Road Signs

Sometimes I don't know which way I'm going, or what I'm going to do, so I sit and do nothing at all. This morning I just felt compelled to write, but there's nothing to write about that is of any great importance. I guess just waking up this morning is a great feat and should be greatly appreciated by me. Maybe I should just count my blessings and quit dwelling on the things that I can't fix.

In regard to that picture with the signs. I've held on to that picture (I didn't take it and don't know who did), but I've held on to it because there's a pole with similar road signs on the way to my brother house and when I get to these signs, I pass them twice and sometimes three times going around in circles trying to figure out how the heck I get to the road I want to be on.

My life at this moment is like those road signs.

6 comments:

Tomas Dennis said...
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Tomas Dennis said...

Road signs that lead us in circles.
Good Morning and Happy Birthday. Somebody out there is celebrating a birthday over here it is Brent.
I forgot the "here"

Rachel said...

Those signs can be quite confusing!!

I loved seeing all your birds in the previous post. I hope your family member gets better real soon Sandy!! Hopefully you are right and with spring they will feel more hope and a renewing of their spirit and energy!!

... Paige said...

The road we travel is the right road for us. It’s the map we misplace from time to time. Which usually turns up when we pull over for a cup of coffee/tea/water/rest, which ever you prefer. Rest our eyes and take a few deep breaths. Calm ourselves and enjoy the sites around us. We can't always be the driver sometimes we just have ride along.
Sandy, I'm sure all will work out the way He has it planned.
{hugs} to all.

TUFFENUF said...

Spring is the time that we all feel restless and "don't know which way to go". I have felt this way a lot lately. Hope you are feeling better soon!

Kerri said...

Sandy, I hope you feel 'sorted out' and happier soon. Life brings some challenging times, but God doesn't give us more than he's willing to take us through. The sun will shine for you soon, I'm sure.
I meant to say I enjoyed your gold finches in the last post. You have quite a group.
Which John Grisham book is Jimmy reading? I love JG's stories. Perhaps a good mystery would take your mind off your worries. I just finished 'T for Tresspass' by Sue Grafton. I love her mystery series. This is her latest book.