Get your lights on, Mr. Foggybritches

For my blog readers who have been in the fog. Take heart….and head over to this bloggers site! She’s got a whole lot more where this came from!

Hey Sparky! What Time Is It?

As I was coming home from work today, I drove into a fog bank right as I began crossing the bridge over the Choctawhatchee bay.  Normally the sky is high and the watery horizons are wide, even on a hazy day, but not today.  Today my vision didn’t extend a whole lot further than my car.

Fog has a way of pulling your focus in close.  Sometimes too close. Sometimes when the fog is thick enough, you can forget other vehicles are out there.

That’s why it’s important to turn on your lights.  It’s not so much to help you see as to help you be seen.

Life has foggy seasons.  The sky gets low and the horizons pull in close, and it feels like you’re moving through life wrapped like a mummy.

Can’t see squat.

Can’t hear very well, either.

Can’t move normally.

And so you grope along, trying to…

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2 thoughts on “Get your lights on, Mr. Foggybritches

  1. thiedeann says:

    I think she’s starting to cook now. 🙂

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