Out There

Because of choices made a long time ago, I spend a lot of my time indoors or driving a motor vehicle. I think that is one reason why I treasure my time “out there” so much. When my “out there” time is limited, or somehow disrupted, I get edgy and think things similar to my last post.
Fortunately, the frustrations eventually slid on by, and opportunities become apparent again. This afternoon, a one-hour window opened and like a desperate bird, I flew out without hesitation.
In total contrast with the sentiments of my last post, I had no trouble at all keeping out of the ditches. Brisk air invigorated, and the scenery suited me just fine.
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2 thoughts on “Out There

  1. Glad to hear it. My wife and I have made a concerted effort to keep our lives slow-paced, and it can be trying with that gets away from you. I'm glad things are getting back to normal.

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