Some of my old habits

There are several old patterns in my life that are no longer observed.

One of the things my wife and I used to do was to get into the car and drive somewhere just to go. With the price of gasoline nearing (and in some places exceeding) four dollars per gallon, we no longer do that.

We’ve also stopped making trips to the doctor just because one of us doesn’t feel well. Again, largely economic factors forced us to stop seeing a physician unless there is a major problem.

And, I find I no longer walk through Wal-Mart, looking at merchandise. Now, we have a list of items we want to get and stick to it.

How many songs have been written entitled, “Old Habits Die Hard?” When I searched the topic on Google, there were dozens.

Make a new habit this Sunday by attending church. This is a habit that can begin as easily and any other, and will have eternal benefits.

#habit, #patterns, #start

Stripes for me

Everything about me goes in the same direction, toward the Christ, I hope. But I have a gazillion projects and plans going. So count me as stripes. Thin, dense stripes.

#patterns, #personality