Since my camera is being used at McDonald’s Observatory near Fort Davis, Texas, by a really smart scientist, and because all my files are backed up on a drive in my husband’s office, I just don’t have a thing on this computer to share with you. Instead I went to my smugmug page and pulled off a picture from November 2008. Here’s the story.
This scene was taken from Vista House at the Columbia River Gorge, November 2008. The wind was blowing so hard I could hardly stand up. A woman fell as she climbed the steps up to the house swept by strong gusts. I needed help opening the door of my car to get out. You can see the sand blowing in the background of this picture.
Don’t let such barriers block your focus. I thought of this when browsing through that gallery. We all enjoy achieving goals. But those road blocks show up just about the time I sit down to set goals. Perhaps you run into them after execution. Whatever, whenever, here are a few that we often face on that long road to success:
Fear of failure
Looking back–being haunted by past failures
Lack of time or poor use of time
Lack of resources
Lack of motivation
Just giving up
Stop all this. Get out of your chair and get going. Don’t allow a strong wind to blow you over. It doesn’t blow forever anyway and you’d be surprise how many others want you to meet your goals, fulfill your dreams.
Now I’ve got a plan to write.