I feel like I’ve been doing a bit of this lately, storming ahead without paying attention to the little details. Or the big ones, for that matter. I’m reading the novel “Love in the Time of Cholera” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Anyone ever read it? It’s brilliant. Drop what you’re doing and read it now. So far the book seems to be about what happens when you stop yourself from charging ahead through life in favor of staying safe. This is a theme I’ve been working through in my own life, for reasons I won’t get into here. But I’m thinking that, on balance, our lives are so short that we must go with our feelings on some things or risk regret. Anyone have any thoughts on this?
Update: I just realized I spelled “tandem” wrong in the comic. Oops. Oh well.