We have to believe that if we take the risk to be confident, we’ll end up on the other side unharmed. Remember where you’re headed next. Know that you’re on a journey. And as you approach your obstacle, look up. Look up and jump.
The departures board in the train terminal is an imposing thing. It’s your only source of information in the whole place. Ticket holders stand there staring, waiting for the shuffling clicks of its mechanism.
Will the spinning ever stop? Did our hands ever touch?
I believe in taking chances, because no matter the outcome, regret is always a worse option. And on a related note, I believe in second chances. Really, when was the last time any of us got something right the first time?
3. The Two And A Half Hour Wait Brunch
The north country. Minnesota is a stunning place, and there aren’t many other places that look like it.
No one has any answers.
Eliminate money as a stressor.
It used to be that I could call you on a Sunday afternoon to say, “Meet us at Shoolbred’s!” And you’d be there in ten, guacamole order placed, debating whether to sit in front of the fireplace or at the round mosaic table with the street view.
2. Rain? No, don’t panic. It’s just your old friend Mr. Air Conditioning unit dropping down some playful love from the sky.