Posts Tagged ‘Humility’

I Was Wrong

December 2, 2019

While it’s true that “You’re never too old to make mistakes,” I really thought that by now I wouldn’t be proving and reproving that statement quite so often.

I Can’t Decide If I Was Being Reprimanded, Or Just Given More Data To Support My Hypothesis

August 3, 2018

After weeks here of it being stormy . . . or rainy . . . or overcast, I almost started to wonder if the sun still looked the same, but this morning I noticed actual sunshine outside my window, so I decided to go out in the backyard for a few minutes.

Once outside, I couldn’t help but notice that it didn’t feel quite as oppressively hot as it  had the last time I had spent any significant time in the backyard, so I took that as a subtle sign that the seasons were, in fact, turning.  (Sometimes it can be hard to tell here.)  I may have even felt a trifle smug for noticing this.

Then with only a few drops of warning, the sky unleashed a shower of rain . . . a cold shower, sending me scurrying for cover while I mentally yelped, “that’s not a subtle sign, that’s not subtle at all!”