Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Never go through life without goals

How often have you heard you can't get somewhere if you don't know where you're going? Yet I often stumble through my life without a clear vision of what I want to achieve. It doesn't mean I have to have it all figured out, a tight plan in place, but an idea of what I'm working towards would help. Sometimes finding where I am at now is the best starting place. I think other programs refer to this as denial. If you recognize where you are faltering you can take corrective action, but if you pretend you aren't falling you often fall flat on your face. So here's to clarity and setting goals, at least a direction in which to head.

I made this sports layout in response to the weekly digital challenge at Two Peas in a Bucket. Using a DVD cover as my inspiration, I decided to make a graphic page of one of the muddiest soccer games my boys played this season. I didn't have a photo of all the boys together, so I had to digitally piece together the team. This game was hilarious to watch as the boys tried to tiptoe through the mud until they realized there was no way around it. Life has its muddy patches too, and sometimes there isn't a good way around it. You just got to wade right on through.

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