A Fork in the Road

A funny thing happened to me while my husband and I went on a walk through our neighborhood last week. I saw a fork in the road, a table fork! The crazy thing is that it was within 5 feet of an intersection and a stop sign. Now, if that wasn’t a sign from God, I don’t know what would be. It’s funny how this post has a road theme- like my post about street names earlier. I really am not preoccupied with roads or streets!

Well, after receiving that “sign” 🙂  I have been looking at this school year and trying to be cautious and not committing to anything more than what I already have planned this year. I am also trying to see when I come to a decision, which fork in the  road I am to take, not just leaping into things and then stopping to ask the Lord if that’s okay or whining after I have made the decision. You probably do a much better job than I do about the decision-making process, but if you are like me, why not join me in carefully considering what to add to the school year before committing to doing something?

I rode my bike back to where I saw the fork, but alas, it was no longer there. But…. I DID take a picture of the intersection. 

2 thoughts on “A Fork in the Road

  1. I love, love your blog. Thanks so much for sharing with homeschool community. My favorite local “sign” intersection is Grinn and Barret in West Chester. Here is a link to a picture of the signs: http://www.flickr.com/photos/10707024@N04/5571868269/

    I would love to be the person who gets to drive / walk through the intersection on a daily basis. Just another reminder for me to respond cheerfully to life happenings.

    My family is beginning our homeschool year today (August 22) – yeh!! We took the time last night for family prayer time and to bless each one of our children. God be with all of us as we begin our journey!


    • Thanks for the compliment and thanks for the picture too! That’s a great idea to pray with your children. Blessings to you and your family, Lisa. May this be the best year yet!


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