Here’s my weeks’ prompt for writers’ quote.
Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations – Author unknown
When I want to clear my head, I either take a long walk or a long drive and just admire my surroundings. It gives me room to be by myself, to mull over things and to return with a clearer perspective. It’s actually an indulgence and a source of rejuvenation for me, just to go off and wander.
Most times, my wandering yields total satisfaction. Issues that appeared so difficult earlier becomes less burdensome by the time I’ve taken them apart piece by piece and I am equally rewarded by the sights, sounds and total experience of being out and about.
I’ve literally stumbled on beautiful destinations while trying to navigate unknown routes during my walkabouts or should I say drive about.
Just on Saturday, I took off to somewhere and got lost, in trying to navigate my way back to the right route, I stumbled across this beautiful waterside with loads of lovely boats and yachts. I parked my car, took several photos, enjoyed the sights and was thankful I’d missed my way 🙂
I’ve equally experienced lots of beautiful results that are the culmination of things that appeared difficult at the onset and the lesson that I take from these experiences is not to be misled by a tough beginning because the situation can turn around and it would end with praise.
I’ve walked many miles on these feet of mine,
my knapsack strapped on my back and
my hope held within my heart.
Many times, I have no idea where my steps would lead,
most times the terrain has been difficult to navigate.
Countless times I’ve stubbed my toes and fallen to the ground,
bled through my sole, blisters, corns and callous decorate my feet,
But, I can’t, I don’t and I won’t stop going,
for the rainbow in the horizon keeps beckoning and
the breathtaking beauty ahead makes the sojourn worthwhile.
Bernadette at www.HaddonMusings.com
Jacqueline at www.Acookingpotandtwistedtales.com
Bernadette and I invite you to join in on our blogging event called The Writer’s Quote Challenge. We have decided to pick up the baton that Colleen and Ronovan have handed off.
We are continuing the same format and here that is: there are no rules to follow. Either make up your own sayings or use a quote from a famous author that you find gives you inspiration.
Each Thursday, we will post the prompt and all you have to do is participate!
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