Sometimes I talk too much about the same thing too often. I think this photo comes from an episode one autumn day when those around me had tired of the same walk.
(And here, when I say walk, remember that talk is interchangeable.)
There was nothing new to do. There were no bends in the road we hadn’t taken, no undiscovered beaver dams and weeping cliffs. And Sherry had nothing new to say, which is not such a bad thing. But
when she says the same thing again and again, then it’s time to change the outcome.
When we take to the road, there are some of us who say: Where are we going and what will we do when we get there?
I say: We might not get there at all.
They say: Then why the road trip?
And I say (and very likely you will say it with me): Because it’s not about the destination.
Sometimes it might come out accidentally as: Because it’s not about the $*%! destination. When one gets caught up in a cliched moment, one isn’t sure what modifiers she used.