Just going to paint a picture today. Hope you don’t mind the change of pace. Keep your eyes open for a new post on Wednesday!
When you’re wading in waist-high water, it’s not really deep enough to swim, but deep enough that running is not an option. You push through the water as it pushes back. Waves might slow you down, and your feet sink into the sand. The beach ball you’re trying to rescue keeps floating further away. You keep walking, keep pushing, to reach the goal. As you reach for it, the goal changes colors like a chameleon until you no longer know exactly what it was you were trying to reach. But you also know that you can’t quit. You can’t stop until you get there. You don’t want to give up.
Yet all you need is to get to the beach, dry off, and watch the ocean.