Keeping it real

As much as I want to tell you how fabulous my backpacking adventure went this weekend and show tons of pictures, I won’t be.  It had some good moments, but overall it was nothing like I planned.   I don’t even have the desire to go all into the details.  That’s just life sometimes.  It doesn’t always work out as you plan.  It could be it had its own plan and I’m to learn from it.  That’s how I’m digesting it all.  It’s interesting I’ve written just about everything in my life and for some reason  this experience seems to need to be private.  Just between me, nature, and life.  There’s lessons I’m still unwinding I guess.

Peace,

Dwight

13 thoughts on “Keeping it real

  1. It may not seem so now, but perhaps there are lessons that need to be slowly absorbed from your adventure. I’m sorry it wasn’t the glory you hoped for, but I’m glad you got to go out, and disconnect from humanity for a bit.

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  2. I think it’s a very good thing to take that space. Too often I’ve gone on and on trying to explain a very personal experience only to completely miss the mark and the experience gets muddled in the attempt. Sometimes, it’s just for us.🙏

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  3. Aw man. That friggin’ bites. I had that too with my solo camping trip last fall.

    “It had some good moments, but overall it was nothing like I planned. I don’t even have the desire to go all into the details. That’s just life sometimes. It doesn’t always work out as you plan. It could be it had its own plan and I’m to learn from it. That’s how I’m digesting it all”

    — your words perfectly describe it. Perfectly. Keep writing, I love your blog!!! Hugs and love to you Dwight. xoxo

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