Hello Blog World!! I am back!! Sorry I haven’t posted in a while. I’ve been dealing with some financial curves on the road I call life and lost the internet. Don’t worry I’ve been learning to swerve and doing great. Speaking of curves, I was searching online for some inspiration for today’s post and I found some great sayings which I think are a great translation to life’s unexpected.
Marilyn, an inspiration to anyone. She had curves and she embraced them and learned how to work it. Whether it be our body or our life, we can really take some hints from her on how to rock it no matter what!
Baseball! An American past time. Another great inspiration. Not only do baseball players deal with multiple curves in a short span of time, they get them thrown at them at really high speeds and sometimes the get hit hard. So what they do to deal with this? Either A) (in the case of a foul) let it fly past them and it’s one more step to getting where they need to be B) Even when they don’t intend to, sometimes it’s unavoidable and you get hit but they stand up, learn from it and move on to better places and finally C) They stand up and swing for the fences, sometimes you might miss but it’s a risk you take to achieve greatness. Who knew that baseball could be such an analogy for life.
Last one, I promise!! Bikers, they deal with curves all the time. Whether it be the winding path of the road or an idiot car that comes out of no where, they deal with a lot of curves. No matter how great or experienced the rider sometimes you just can’t see that car coming but you lean into the curve and make it through. Bikers are some great guys and pretty tough too. I guess you have to be when you deal with all those curves.
Anyway, thats the end of my analogies. Hopefully things will start looking up for me and the curves will give me a break soon but in the mean time I will be here embracing my curves, swinging for the fences, and occasionally leaning into it when necessary.
Wishing everyone health and happiness!!
“Life throws you curves and you learned to swerve. Me, I swung and I missed and the next thing you know I’m reminiscing”- Rascal Flatts