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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Turning Point

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"Thinking about it, she decided that perhaps yesterday had been the turning point, although she had not recognized it as such."
- - - Elfrida
in Winter Solstice
by Rosamunde Pilcher


Turning points.

Sometimes I rush to meet them with eager and hopeful gaze.

Sometimes, like Elfrida, I fail to recognize them until I'm safely on the other side.

Sometimes I try to ignore their existence, I'm rather comfortable with my head in the sand.

And sometimes, I know they are coming and that they will be very painful and I pray that there will be another way.

(This pensive post was inspired by the quote, fed by past life experiences, and not written in dread of any turning point looming on the horizon - - - that I'm aware of YET.)

(Graphic from tickledbylife.com)

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12 comments:

From the Kitchen said...

Oh dear--I hope there'll be another way too.

I must mention that I love Rosamund Pilcher. After I finished her books, I found Marcia Willet (the English version of Rosamund) and am enjoying her books as well.

Best,
Bonnie

mrsmomma said...

Oh just remember, my dear Keetha, that God does not give us more than we can handle. My two turning points of the week...Bean rolled over for the first time and Jack turns a whopping 2 years old in a couple days!!!

sonyamacdesigns said...

yes ... sometimes ... turning points ... can not be avoided ... tho straight is not always safe ... Life

ain't for city gals said...

I hope it is nothing too serious, Keetha...

Theresa said...

Sometimes when I reach a turning point, I go round and round and get nowhere:) BIG HUGS, have a wonderful day!

KBeau said...

I'm sure there's one down the road for me somewhere. Just pray I can face it with grace.

Polly said...

I guess life wouldn't be life without turning points. Things would be so predictable and boring!
-Polly
www.learnandgopollyco.blogspot.com

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Well we are definately in the middle of one right now.
I keep thinking of the serenity prayer.
Are you getting more snow?
I just woke up and fed Addison (who is staying overnight) and see it is snowing like crazy.
Will winter ever end?
Hugs friend,
Cindy

Dawn said...

I'm not thinking much about turning points but I do love Rosamunde Pilcher books. I especially love the fact that the a character can seriously be named Elfrida!

Lady Jane said...

I am well known for keeping my head in the sand, lol...

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Turning points can be hard. Praying we can handle all that cross our path.

Keetha said...

I was concerned there for a moment. I'm glad all is well.

I love Rosamunde Pilcher, and Winter Solstice is my favorite by her. Thanks for reminding me of it!