I went looking for a job, and I found a large body of water instead. Driving up and down an unfamiliar road I looked and looked for the address that promised a dead end low paying hourly job. Up and down and all around the strip malls, it seemed as though the address was missing.
I want to tell you about love. It has been my mission the last several years to learn unconditional love for all, including myself. If you go to my blog and read the first entry you will see it was on my birthday four years ago that I prayed to learn this. I really asked for it!
I didn’t think I left much of an impression. I didn’t believe my presence had made any difference at all. My three daughters and I were on our way back to Florida from Kansas via Ohio, West Virginia and North Carolina.
I couldn’t see more than ten feet in front of me. The snow was coming down in large beautiful flakes. My sight was becoming more and more limited with each mile and I couldn’t feel the road beneath us.
“Take a sloppy step forward,” she told me, “You want to do everything perfectly and you are waiting until you know the next step will be perfect.” I was flabbergasted as Rhonda Britten gave me some of the best advice ever. Words I will never forget flowed through her that day many years ago.