From the Lady Cave: Blinkers

So I was inspired to write a bunch of topics down for my new posts and this was one of them.

While driving to work one morning, it occurred to me that sometimes you need to make a split second decision leaving no time to “signal” first.

This thought led to, “damn, isn’t that true to life?”

I like to keep things fluid, I learned early you really can’t be so rigid with your plans. It’s great to have a plan and general direction but life has a way of throwing debris in front of you.

This debris can be anything from a small object or issue, or a huge life altering event. Hindsight being what it is, for me, you have to expect the unexpected.

This leads to my favorite saying “Improvise, Overcome and Adapt” which then leads to my second favorite “Go where the road takes you; you just never know where you’ll end up”.

I feel like someone needs to hear this today.

Please reach out if you’d like to chat.

Heres some of my favorite pictures I took this past weekend:

If these mountains could talk….

1 thought on “From the Lady Cave: Blinkers

  1. No time to signal and sometimes no time to turn. Yesterday I was driving on a snow covered road and the road I wanted to turn onto came up faster than I expected. I could not signal. I could not turn because in the snowy road I knew if I wheeled into that turn I would skid and possibly end up in the ditch. That’s a bit like life too I suppose. Sometimes we just can’t make those fast turns when things are in a slippery state.

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