I ran across this post from a few years ago. This situation is but a distance memory. Life kept moving and the events surrounding this situation just sort of ran it’s course.
That’s generally how things go in life.
Life has a way of working out just how it’s supposed to.
My life would have been different if I had embraced this idea a long time ago, but I guess that’s just a case in point. I learned what I needed to learn, at exactly the right time.
I read Psalms 139 almost every day. It says in verse 16: You saw me before I was born. Every day of my life was recorded in Your book. Every moment was laid out before a single day had passed.
This is the post:
Well that didn’t go the way we had planned. Have you ever had an important meeting or event that was suppose to go a certain way and it didn’t? Not that it was guaranteed. It was simply implied…a few times, by someone who should know but who left out a few key factors.
That was the case yesterday. It was a very difficult meeting and a tough day overall. I awoke with a sense that all would not turn out the way we had thought and I was right. Sometimes I hate being right.
This was an important meeting too, a professional giving us the final missing pieces before we put the last piece into place and sign on the dotted line, so to speak. Now we get to rework the puzzle, and we are finding pieces that fit just as well that will hopefully produce the intended results we started out to procure in the first place.
This is all a little vague I know, and that’s okay because it can apply to so many avenues in our lives, our lives personally and to many lives as a whole. And if you know what I’m talking about, in a general sort of way, having experienced the unexpected turn of events; not that this will change your outcome or help you find the missing pieces to your puzzle, but a single scoop of your favorite ice cream, from your local ice cream shop, in a chocolate dipped waffle bowl does wonders in starting you on the path of reconfiguring and regrouping, but not so much with the daily or weekly weigh-in.
Today is a new day. A time to recharge and revamp and to once again take the next steps, one at a time, to continue the process of doing what we know to do.
And that’s a good thing because yesterday was very disappointing, ice cream scoop and all.
Life kept moving on, leaving behind the all-important situations in it’s wake. It doesn’t seem so at the time, but that’s the way it goes.
Life kept moving and so did we.
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