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My "mantra", for what it's worth- "Don't worry, be HAPPY!"
That's not a problem, JanetJane! :-)))And while it's true that she had some concerns, if she hadn't had any at all, it wouldn't have been taking a chance, or a decision that could take too long to make! In other words, it wouldn't have fit the descriptions in the puzzle quote, which are indeed about things we aren't sure about, and so we may miss out on them while we hesitate.....Thanks--I hope she can find what she wants, too--she has found a very good job and a new place to live, so she's getting there....
I am sorry, PDev...I just wrote in the comment below that it was a friend that you were writing about...and now I jumped out at me that it was a close relative....my mistake there.
Well, pdev...that is a sad story....for sure...there are no guarantees that all decisions will bring us the happiness we think they will, not every possiblity is a smart decision, eitherl...but on the other hand...if she didn't "take the chance" she might always have been looking back and wondering.... "What if.....?" And you said she always did have a few misgivings about it.....So she gave up a lot while carrying a few misgivings and without knowing any of the details...if a relationship is already not on solid ground: then marriage alone is not going to make it better.Thank you for your comment and I hope your friend can put another good life back together for herself.
Not always true....a close relative gave up her job and the city she loved to marry, even though she had a few misgivings about it--but, seize the day, right? Go for the relationship, take the chance, make the hard decision? After a year of marriage, she's now getting divorced, and regretting the whole thing every day....
Yes I can only agree there too! Thanks Jj, hugs Janet
Looks like this would be a nice walk along the water under the moon.
Sooooo true....Thankyou for sharing