Sink or Swim

No one prepares you for the sneak attacks, close calls, near-misses and gut punches that Life often delivers. Instead, you get thrown into the deep end without a life preserver and learn pretty quickly how to swim. I’ve been doing a decent amount of swimming lately. In fact, swimming is probably not even the proper word… It’s a bit more like thrashing, splashing and recklessly tossing limbs hither and yon trying to stay afloat. So I do hope you’ll forgive me, Dear Readers, when I say that my fingers have been a bit too busy to type. As soon as I am able to let go of my emergency floatation device I promise I’ll get back to my regularly scheduled posts.

4 thoughts on “Sink or Swim

  1. Donald Miller says:

    Yeah. What Paige Fussell said. I’ve been swamped with work myself. In my case though, it’s nearly all self-inflict overload. Feels pretty good when you finally spot land, though. : )

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