Welcome to my new blog, "The Journey."
I am the first to admit, that referring to life as "a journey," is a bit cliche. We have seen it in movies, read it in books, heard it in songs. We've been reminded by friends or parents that the journey is more important than the destination, heard retreat talks on "the faith journey." But, like any good cliche, there is undeniable truth behind the journey analogy. Each of us is on a physical, spiritual and emotional journey every day. This blog aims to discuss mine.
My journey includes both easy parts and difficult. Days when the right path has a sign and an arrow, and days when the path involves a barely visible sunken log and a giant leap of faith. There are days when the journey includes handwritten invitations, and days when a glaring orange detour sign blocks the road you know you should take.
So whether my day involves a float on cloud nine, or nine hours stuck in the mud, I invite you to follow. To follow the journey. Hopefully my posts won't be as cliched as my title.