I so enjoyed this post by Wayne Augden.
He has graciously allowed me to share it with you here on Significant Encounter Friday #4.
I know you will enjoy it as well.
Walking across the parking lot toward the bus where I was going to meet Tracey was the longest walk of my life. If I were a movie maker, I could have made at least a dozen different movies showing the different emotions and thoughts I had along the way. To say I was nervous is an understatement. Butterflies? Bats? Bigger than that! More like condors flapping around in my stomach. I felt like I was going to puke. (Sorry, I know that’s gross, but it’s true nontheless.) I don’t think I’ve ever been so excited, so scared, as I was walking toward that bus. I’d like to tell you I was overwhelmed with confidence and positive thoughts, but I’d be lying. I kept telling myself that it was going to be okay, that it was going to work out, that we would meet and it wouldn’t be awkward. We would see each other, and it would be just wonderful. While I was thinking these thoughts, I had to keep banishing the ones coming inbetween. I told myself it wasn’t too late. I could always ….
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Posted by Wayne Augden on November 26.