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Hallway moments of our lives…

 How many times have you closed one door and waited for the other door to open?

I have heard it said to me that sometimes the hardest times in our lives are the hallway times.

Those are the times in our lives where we don’t quite no which direction to turn to.

The darkest times in my life have been those times of waiting.

Waiting is not something I do well, I wish I could be more patient…but I love life in the fast lane.

A well-lived life probably has many hallway moments…I am learning to appreciate all of my life, even the

times when the lights are out and I am fumbling and searching for the elusive door that I just can’t seem to find.

Today in your writing write about some of your hallway experiences…what did you learn?

1 Comment to “Hallway moments of our lives…”

  1. I’ve bumped into a few of these doors in my travel through life.
    Not fun.

    Melitas

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