January 19, 2010
Jitters, ME Newsletter Vol.3, Issue 3
It's been sort of a jittery week for me, personally.
Changes in family health, changes in friends and families.
Disappointments, celebrations, anxieties and reliefs.
The types of up and down experiences that tucker you out,
and make you either want to collapse in a dizzy pile or change your life drastically.
No need to worry, however.
No drama or drastic measures are forthcoming.
Because, as you may know, I am a subscriber to the slow and steady method of decision making.
And, as you may know, once I make a decision, I'm prone to stick it out, as well.
I have this vision of where I want to be. Soon, maybe by June.
I've got my outline and my list - no surprises there, either, huh?
Still, I keep looking around nervously;
thinking I'm missing something.
There's probably a big, giant movable billboard behind me that swivels when I do.
I bet it has a neon arrow and the blinking words "Find Your Future Here."
I suppose if I spin fast enough, I might catch a glimpse of it.
But then, I'd be even more impatient to get there.
So, I might as well enjoy the journey.
It may be my goal, but it's always GOD's timing.
"When times are good, be happy; but when times are bad, consider: God has made the one as well as the other.
Therefore, a man cannot discover anything about his future. - Ecclesiastes 7:14 - NIV"
In this issue: Jitterbug, Configurations of Jitter, Why We Get Dizzy, and Spinning Tops
Now posted: Action Plan, Pre-meeting Jitters, New Orleans, October 2009.
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Posted by jaselin at January 19, 2010 12:26 PM