Lately, there have only been three of us at dinner.
Usually, during the daytime,
there are only two of us.
After an extremely hectic summer,
things are skidding to a slow walk.
I've tried to prepare myself.
Thoughts are still jumbled and clarity is still being sought.
There have been so many major life events all jammed into small time frames.
How does one deal with everything that comes with such a rollercoaster of events and emotions?
I'm still trying to figure it out.
Perhaps, the thoughts won't settle long enough to capture them.
Or maybe they do, and I don't care for them.
Midlife is not at all what I thought it would be.
I was sure I'd be more sure of what I was doing by now. I suppose with every new season, there are expectations and some of them surprise us.
When reality crashes headlong into
expectations we sometimes get knocked down.
I've been watching some folks get knocked down with some
very serious life-altering situations
and yet they get back up with the help of others and a stronger faith and deeper knowledge of God and His infinite lovingkindness.
Along with contemplating the results of my life's work, I am trying to develop new discipline in long neglected areas of health and fitness.
I'm looking back at some favorite hobbies and realizing that I will have time to develop them into more than just hobbies.
No matter where you are on your Life Journey, some things do not change.
Each of us is given one life.
Each life impacts and influences others
...for good or ill.
Learning from the past but living in the moment is the healthiest way to live.
Each breath from God is a gift and He deserves the glory.