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A number of years ago, I observed a characteristic in me I hope is not permanent.
After our boys moved out of the house, we moved to a downtown condo. The condo sat on a hill, overlooking the river district of our community. We loved the view, but it presented a problem on windy days. We had to weatherize our front porch every time we suspected a storm, turning over the furniture and making sure everything was secure.
Night - Cheryl - Wind - Porch - Porch
One night Cheryl heard the wind picking up and asked if we should prepare the porch. What she really meant was I should get up and prepare the porch, but I love the gentle way she “suggests” such things. Getting up at 1:30 AM to step onto my front porch in my boxers has never been my idea of fun, but I do like a happy wife, so I headed out to do my job. When I got back into bed she thanked me to which I replied:
“Better safe than sorry.”
Thought - Phrase - Years
Instantly the thought occurred to me. I would have never used this phrase a few years ago.
“Better safe than sorry” has never appealed to me before. Sounds like something my mother would have said to me.
Change - Life - Things - Others
I like risk-taking. I embrace change. I lived my life running to things others say can’t be done or they aren’t willing to try.
Even more, I’ve made a commitment to walk by faith — but this is more than a spiritual decision. It’s a personal wiring. It’s in my DNA. I’ve been a small business owner – with success and failure. God led us to plant two churches and we took on two church revitalizations.
Fact - Sorry
In fact, I’m scared of “better safe than sorry“.
What happened to me? Am I that old?
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