Here I sit. Still comfortable and secure on the fence. Still noodling whether to write or not to write. Taking a 360 view of things opens one up to new and different perspectives. Nothing like noticing new things to make one more mindful and present. You know, like that lovely sincere pumpkin patch which I may otherwise not have noticed. Consequently, I was able to come to a decision about my dilemma. Very simply, I decided I did not need to decide. Nope. I can stop making a big deal out of something that is a little deal in the great scheme of things. The bottom line is if I feel like writing, I will. If I don’t I won’t. And there you have it.
Just one more thing. A line in Robert Frost’s poem, Mending Wall, says, ”Good fences make good neighbors.” Good fences also make good thinking partners. So, if you find yourself in the morass of indecisiveness, grab your drink of choice, find a fence hop on and relish the view.
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