Life is moving quick. Got a major hurdle over with, and now comes the last sprint to the finish line. Got certified copies of the decree, now I have to do the leg work (hey, sprint, leg work... ) to get all the things done that have been ordered done.
Progress not Perfection
I have always been a frustrated perfectionist. I want to do things to the standard I know I can achieve. But that usually holds me back, because I may need parts, information or something to make it "perfect". And that holds everything up. It's been that way as long as I can remember. Frustrating.
Progress not perfection is the new motto. I can do a lot with what I have on hand now. So, I'm getting after it.
|west bound on New Year's eve out near Guthrie, TX|
There is a lot of sand in the air right now. Family member is having issues. It's unfortunate because it appears to be worsening. Not much can be done, they only receive help involuntarily.
Life can really suck at times.
|New Year's Eve 2022, Lubbock County|
But there is beauty to behold. I'm trying hard to keep my eyes on it. And hope springs eternal, when your hope is on the right Person.
|Gravity storage facility. Man, that's tons of iron. Me want!|
It after near being time to be in the shop, and I'm just flat busted on energy. Family issues keep pulling all the oomph out.
Progress..... not perfection.
One step, then another.
These things do not resolve themselves overnight. Sometimes they get so convoluted they will only be settled in the next world.ReplyDelete
Go! Travel!!! Being around good people often heals the soul.
You are always welcome here. You are one of those good people that I like to visit with. Come by anytime.Delete
Just do the best you can. That's all that anyone can do.ReplyDelete
It could be worse. You could be stuck in Washington, DC!
Roger that FF. I'm doing what I can. Times I feel I should do better, but I'm dragging.Delete
You nailed my it! I didn't lose anything in that Disgusting Cesspool, so I ain't going to visit. If was the "home of the free and the brave", I might would go. But it's the exact opposite of what I love, so, thank you, no.