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Sunday, May 04, 2008

Thank you Dawn

Today I recieved a comment from Dawn on this post

This is what she said....

"It is very beautiful, and as I read the post is so much like your life (and mine). You have lots of bridges to cross, signs of stuff going on around you, it never "looks exactly the same way each time". A lovely walk and trail in life."

I was thinking about her comment and it really is so true. I wonder if that has anything to do with why I like it so much. The funny thing is like she said many bridges to cross. I like to see the bridges but really don't like to cross them. I am scared to death of bridges most the time and the bigger the worse my fear is. I have always said it has to do with growing up in California and worrying about earthquakes but sometimes I think maybe there is more to it then that.

When I think of bridges in my life to cross I think of those as being the trying times when things aren't going right and I'm anxious to get to the other side of them and see how they turn out. Bridges are kind of like that. I've had a lot of bridges to cross.....

Also I know I have things always going on around me like on the trail. Really that is so true. I try to see it all but it is almost impossible to do that. Things are always changing here or is it just that I see different things each time I look around?

Anyway I just wanted to thank her for pointing it out. It really made me think......

7 people had something to say:

dawn said...

You are so welcome. It just struck me as I read the post below, then that one. I agree with you about the bridge crossing and in life it is similar as we approach a life bridge with a bit of trepidation. I am glad you enjoyed the comment.

kitten said...

Isn't wonderful to have such wonderful blogging friends to help you see things in a different view and help you through? It is to me and Dawn happens to be one of those!

frannie said...

so nice to see things in a new perspective sometimes...

Kila said...

Hmmm...Maybe where I see walls I should see bridges!

Kila said...

I was thinking of you today--I went on a field trip with my youngest boy and his fellow kindergarteners, and one of them was a girl that looked so much like your youngest girl, I couldn't get over it! Personality seemed similar, too. Eyes were a little different color, though. I kept looking at her! Her name was Rebecca, but that seemed odd to me. I kept thinking it should be Madison!

Pamela said...

and then you get to a certain age... and you look back at them. Some you are pleased that you crossed them. Others, not so.

Steffi said...

I agree with Frannie´s comment too.
Have a nice weekend and a nice Mothers Day!