37 thoughts on “Get Lost

  1. Wonderful… discoveries on an unknown, less trodden path! This reminds me of these lines…”Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.”

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  2. Love it. So long as you found your way back, which you obviously did. Our family once took an hour drive to hike around a mountain. At one point we did get lost, and I felt a little panicked. We found our way back to the van eventually. 🙂

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  3. I love to take an alternative route sometimes, just to see what I have perhaps missed in the past. And this feels like an invitation to live life experiencing surprise and contentment when we find our lives moving off the familiar and secure, too. Sometimes we are in for adventures we couldn’t possibly anticipate!

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    • Debra, this “this feels like an invitation to live life experiencing surprise and contentment when we find our lives moving off the familiar and secure, too” is so accurate to how I feel.

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  4. How perfectly wonderful. I use to do this when I was a teenager in Lexington, KY. It was much different then and I would just start driving and I found some of the most beautiful places I have still to this day ever seen. Just amazing my dear wise friend. Sending many warm hugs, and cake made in the fire. Yummy!

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