They show up at the most inopportune times, wresting them required – just when we would rather be doing something else.
We all make them.
All night long, or in bits stretched over time – knowing we’ve made them, because we feel them deeply in our gut – actions governed differently from that moment forward. Triggered by some completely unrelated event, ‘mood of the moment’ or culmination of so much brooding.
written / published from Calgary, AB
morning walk with Gusta: 7C/45F, steady breeze swept a moonless sky clear – stars were spectacular; Gusta enjoyed the empty streets and I mellowed out on some tunes … more leaves falling, falling, falling.
It seems the Tougher Life's lessons have always been most valuable. A. You don't forget them easily B. You learn a lot about yourself; your tougher than you thought/resilient, "bouncing back" C.You appreciate the brutal truth, learn from it and move on (hopefully) w/ more knowledge than you had before, PV, Calgary, AB
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