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  1. blogventer says:

    I love when I can feel the instinct working, and I actually follow it. It’s never been wrong! Unfortunately, it’s failed me when it’s come to relationships. But I know exactly what you meant about not-knowing, and still… knowing. Cool. 🙂

  2. Wonderful post – and reminder! My favorite GPS phrase is when it gives up on you and says in a snotty voice “Turn around when possible!”. LOL. Nope – I’m gonna drive until you figure out where the hell I am! 😉

  3. Triple, no quadruple like!!! I am a planner, too, but I am slowly becoming more comfortable with letting things unfold as they will. Its gonna happen anyway, so I may as well enjoy myself.

  4. I am a planner too.
    I find I am now more flexible (though not impulsive)
    I have also found it interesting though how things do not bother me like they used to.
    Recently I did some travelling and I just let th whole trip unfold without much pre-planning and I was so unstressed about losing things.
    I mean what if someone stole my bags and my passport and my credit cards and all my cash.
    Inconvenient that is all – nothing to losing what I have already lost – trust etc
    Divorce puts everything into perspective.

    • It sure does! I am so with you – many things that would have sent me into panic before are now just annoyances to deal with. The divorce sucked but I sure do appreciate the perspective!

  5. lynette says:

    i love that! “recalculating”… my new mantra for when something just doesn’t ring right… thank you for sharing this story 🙂

  6. reocochran says:

    This whole post was a great story! It makes an adventure plus it gives us a life lesson. Thanks for the recalculating reminder and the putting life into perspective line, too.

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