Thursday, 1 December 2016
Lessons from the jetty
When we were on holiday on Kangaroo Island recently, I took a walk along the jetty early in the morning. Imagine my surprise to see grass growing there, between wooden boards with no soil and many yards out over the ocean.
It set me to thinking.
If grass can grow on a jetty, in those inhospitable conditions, then surely I must be expected to grow even when conditions don't feel optimal to me. There is no excuse to wither and wilt. It is up to me to find sustenance where I can and use everything presented to me to grow. That growth may come slowly, but it will come if I squeeze as much out of life as I can.
I will be sharing this page at Paint Party Friday. Hop on over there to see all the wonderful work that's been created this week.