“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.”
― Allen Saunders
“Plans are nothing; planning is everything.”
I have always reflected on plans because, it is my nature to plan. I love it! I like to have all my ducks in a row and every angle thought out. I don’t like missing things, or forgetting one aspect of the plan. It gives me joy when a plan goes just like I wanted it to go.
There is a flipside to this: Raging and crippling disappointment.
What happens when all of your plans go haywire? Part of your carefully thought out (or in my case sometimes, not so carefully thought out)plans, if not all, has suddenly been destroyed in some way, what do you do?
I had a plan to go visit my dear family up in the lake filled and beautiful Minnesota…
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