A little bit of this and, a little bit of that, makes a little bit of me.

Straight Road to Success

There isn’t one.  On occasion, I get frustrated when it comes to my goals, dreams, or life in general.  At times, I feel as if I am not making progress, not moving forward…If I am moving forward, the advancement is slow.  That is until one of life’s simple reminders makes me realize that progress is progress, even when it feels like two steps forward and one step back.

I am going through life, discovering and learning just like a baby new to life and no matter how old I get, I will not have life mastered. At times, I feel dejected with my progress, but, in the looking, trying, searching, changing and doing is where I truly advance.  After all, I was not born with life already figured out.  Tomorrow would be different.  Just because I didn’t finish a thing today, I will not quit.

When breaking down the progress I make towards my goal, task, development and adventure, I may see more clearly the progress I am making.  It permits me to be more patient and forgiving of myself, which in turn opens up to accept my progress and continue my advancement.  Indeed, there is no straight road to success.  Mine is often bumpy and confusing.  Yet, in spite of this, I will keep on keeping on, trust my instinct, make the decision in the hard situation I may face’cuz when I do, I am going forward and I will have success.  So will you.

Happy crafting and keep those creative juices running!

(still doesn’t do texting, MySpace, Twitter, StumbleUpon, DiggIt…but caved into Facebook!)


Comments on: "Straight Road to Success" (2)

  1. Bumpy and confusing? Right now my (design) road is entirely circular, as I keep making mistakes and having to rip and reknit. Haste makes waste, indeed.

    I know you’re talking about a much bigger picture,though!

    • Good one…circular. How about spiral? My latest has been ripped out once…and thought I’ve made good recovery. Only then discovered last night the 3rd skein–same colorway–noticeably different when seeing it in the light. (First 2 skeins aren’t the same dyelot either but matched up fine.) Teach me to knit in the dark LOL No, I am not ripping it all out but moving on. It’s telling me something…taking me onto a much more inviting path…one that suits me well if I say so myself 😀

      I can’t wait to see what you have cooked up, Michele. Is it for one of Twisted Club patterns?

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