Good point. It sounds like the difference between attempting to maintain the status quo (walls) and achieving progress (wind mills). Each has it place however. The walls of my house come in mighty handy on a really windy day. ;-D!
I didn't have my glasses on....
thanks for sharing this, russ. i’m quite sure you’re a windmill maker )
I appreciate your compliment, Beth. I spent my early decades primarily building walls but my life became infinitely better when I began to trust myself enough to trust the world and began building bridges and windmills.
it’s true for all of us, i think –
I agree, Beth. Most of us are bloggers because we want to build relationships and grow rather than keep out people and ideas.
I’m definitely windmill type of girl!
As a windmill you probably love facing into the wind when many people prefer to have the wind at their back!
How’d you know? The wind whips away the cobwebs, for sure!!
LOL! Life can certainly be interesting for those who lean into the wind!
it does –
Nice, thanks for sharing
Thank you for your comment, Joanne.
This is one my favorite quotes, thanks for reminding me.
Thank you for your feedback, Cecilia. I’m glad it resonates with you.
Love this! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you for your feedback. I’m glad it resonated for you!