When Change Asks To Come In

This is Peanut Butter Brickle. The older I get, the more set I get in what I like, and I’m not afraid to ask for it. I want dinner on time. I want food to taste good. I want good hikes every day.

And I want good sleep. I want to feel like I accomplish something each day. And I want to brighten someone else’s day too.

Since I have all of these things, I’m not sure why I feel like I need something else lately. I’m not sure why the persons want something more too. That something more came knocking on our door recently.

And I wasn’t sure if I wanted to answer it. Change is knocking. And it’s a hard decision to know whether to let it in.

Change is something that can sneak up on you. Sometimes, you don’t have a choice whether or not to make changes. But also, sometimes, the choice to make a change can be harder. Even if you know you need to answer that door, it’s hard to do so. It’s hard to face the unknown. It’s hard to go beyond your comfort zone, even if you know it’s best.

Change may also be questioned by others when we decide to answer the door. To someone else, they may see nothing wrong. To someone else, maybe you have the perfect job or home. Maybe you have the perfect family or the perfect everything. But no one knows the true story behind what they think is perfect. And we can’t judge others either.

What I’m trying to say is that maybe I’m looking for a change. Maybe it’s time. You’re never too old for change. It’s never too late for change.

Change can come knocking on your door any time. Whether you answer it has to be up to you and no one else. You’re in charge of your story and you’re the one who has to live with the chapters in your book. Be your own hero!

Make what you read interesting and fulfilling for you.

Our family needs a change. But that change will mean all of us together. Stay tuned as we make some decisions. It’s time.

Peanut Butter Brickle

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3 thoughts on “When Change Asks To Come In

  1. Patty Backer-Freeman

    Sending prayers for wisdom and peace in whatever may change in your life. Sending hugs, love and know you all are always in my thoughts and prayers. 🤗🙏❤

  2. Fleeta Hampton

    I enjoy so much this blog. I’m 75 years old and homebound. Your blog has given me a reason to keep living more times than I want to admit. If I had even one dollar I would donate to y’all. If you feel that you need a change…go for it. The path we take has many side roads to examine. Just know y’all and your blog has left footprints on my heart. I’ll follow as long as you have a blog no matter what road you take. God has your back..never forget that. With my best wishes I’ll follow your path with you as long as you see fit to forge one. All I can donate is my prayers for the persons and the fur kids. The persons need to remember You do make a difference and you are loved. We laugh with you, we get sad with you and we cry with you. We love you guys even tho we’ll probably never meet in person. The dogs already know we care. May God grant you abundance in all things.
    Fleeta Hampton

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