Wednesday, December 15, 2010

I never reach those far-off places. New trails tempt me at every turn.

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  1. Me, too. Some people call that being flighty or disorganized. I like to think I live by the spirit.

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  2. Me too. I always change my mind. :-)

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  3. I have to admit I have lots of irons in the fire (I found out my Daddy's Father was and BlackSmith and an iron worker), and I attempt to finish my stuff ... I sometimes get sidetracked. :P

    Theresa H Hall

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  4. I tend to over reach and over commit. That leads to loss of focus. I believe it's time for me to suspend goal setting in regard to my blogging for awhile and just go with the flow.

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  5. Mee too (or three, since Yun Yi already said it!) There's just too much going on here!

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  6. I'll bet you reach more far-off places than you realized by keeping a curious eye on things.

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  7. I wait in anticipation for the next day's aphorism...perhaps then I won't have to wait any longer.

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  8. I was so much for goal-oriented when I was younger. Now, I'm more about enjoying the ride. Often times you need to put on blinders in order to get to your destination as quickly as you can. I no longer wish to do that. There is too much to see and experience around me.

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  9. Yes, every day it seems! Plus the Buddha said," It's better to travel well than to arrive."

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  10. I've never been accused of following a straight line.

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  11. Hahaha! I know what that's called!! ADHD!!

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  12. Post-its, Judie, Post-its. I keep telling you that's the best way. On my forehead is one that says, no left turns. Of course, I can't see it. :)

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  13. Every day presents us with new opportunities - we just have to be grateful and make the best of them :)

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  14. I never thought that those trails will lead me to where I am today, I am thankful.

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