My brilliant husband said this today (or something close to it): a better approach to enjoying any relationship, especially marriage, would be to “let it work,” rather than to “make it work.” I love that!
I generally say no before I say yes.
Today we are between Thanksgivings. Yesterday was his family; tomorrow is my family. And believe it or not, really, really great folks come to both! Lucky me.
So UT and the Aggies are getting a divorce after all these years of squabbling. I think the UT band showed us the absolute best way to bring closure to any divorce: thank the other party from your heart, and move on.
When my 90-year-old mom decides to cross over the divide, I will lose one of the most amazing teachers I have known. If you like anything about me, you should send her a thank you note.
Here is what’s true for me today: I crave and fear change. I stir things up and pray for peace. I push when I should wait. I wait when I should push through. I contradict myself almost daily. I think Life is fascinating.