Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Plans

"I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where
I intended to be." ~ Douglas Adam


I happened upon this quote today and it made me smile. I find this is so true. No matter how hard I try to be a good planner, I often find myself flying by the seat of the pants.
When I have planned well in the past, I still got mixed results sometimes. If life were predictable, it would get boring fast.

The weather sure hasn't been predictable around here. Yesterday it was snow and ice, but the sun returned today. It didn't actually get warm, but when compared to the last few days, it felt much warmer.
I snapped this photo of blue sky and white clouds this morning.


9 comments:

  1. I know this weather has to be super hard on you guys down south. I hope it clears up soon. Even though it was super cold here again today, the sun was out and that always makes it feel better! We're expecting highs in the 20's tomorrow and I can't wait! It will feel like a heat wave after being 20 below this morning!

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  2. I like that quote Rick... it's similar to 'life is what happens when you're busy making plans ... ♡

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  3. Great quote, Rick. My life is nothing like I planned it would be-but it is good all the same. Wonderful picture, too- xo Diana

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  4. I know what you mean. It got to 29 degrees today and feels like a heatwave. : )

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  5. plans do help us keep on track though! subject to change.

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  6. Yes true true as long as we live life and not other way around all is good:)

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  7. It's so cold and wet here. It's hard on us, but we don't have ice and snow.

    Love,
    Janie

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  8. What's that old saying? Tell the Lord your plan and he'll laugh :)

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  9. Strange how our roads take right and left turns, and then sometimes just stop for a rest.
    Your photo makes me feel good.

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