When You Can’t See Through The Fog

Foggy morning/Hagley Park

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I’ve got a million things to do today…and not enough time to get it all done.

It’s very foggy this morning–like pea soup, foggy. There is sun on the other side of the fog. I see it peeking through in spots.

It reminds me of life.

Sometimes things can look “foggy”.  I wonder how in the world everything is going to work out? It’s difficult to see into the future. But, then the SON peeks through the fog…and things start to take shape. This is not to say that everything works out perfectly, at least not by my standards. At least not by what I know. I don’t (can’t) always see the big picture. I can only see what is right in front of my face.

That is where trust comes in.

Sometimes, that is all I have to give.


And really, that is all I need.

Trust in the LORD with all your heart
   and lean not on your own understanding;
 in all your ways submit to him,
   and he will direct your paths.  Proverbs 3:5-6  NIV


*beautiful sun through the fog

*another fresh, new week

*quiet, early morning

*reading the Father’s Day cards that the kids gave

*a happy heart

*a cold glass of iced tea



*freshly cut hair, doesn’t it always feel and look better?


How are you blessed?

A Foggy Freak Out

Cover of "The Mist (Two-Disc Collector's ...

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Have any of you seen the Stephen King movie, The Mist?

I am a fan of Stephen King. Even though I think he is a bit “off”. If you know what I mean. Like one can’t write scary, suspenseful, creepy, stories without being a little cracked oneself. I like him anyway. Demented or not.

So anyway, back to The Mist.

It is foggy and thick as pea soup outside. I keep thinking that some sort of giant, spider monster is going to appear in front of the llama field at any moment. Of course I don’t believe in huge, man eating spiders that emerge from the fog. Of course not. That would be silly.

My daughter had to go over to the barn to let Jazz out into the field. Jazz is out there somewhere. Poor horse. In the mist. Hopefully, not eaten by a mutant arachnid. Just sayin’.

I was relieved to see my daughter as she emerged from the mist. She was not running, so I assumed nothing scary was chasing her.

I’m straining to see ANY of my beloved llamas….I can’t see past our front yard. Maybe they were breakfast for huge spiders. This makes me sad.

Isn’t it weird what fog does to people? Or maybe it’s just me. Maybe I am the only one freaked out by fog. I don’t like not being able to see “what’s out there”.

I refuse to go outside. I think they can smell fear.