Too confusing? Try history. One of Ben Franklin's maxims states that, "little strokes fell great oaks." What seems like a small start can blossom into something magnificent. While it may feel inconsequential at the time, sooner or later that tree will be felled. The mighty task will be finished. Those results? Bigger than thought possible.
Two years ago today, I unknowingly tested those theories. Like the proverbial butterfly in Brazil, I fluttered my wings. Thirteen months and six days later, a tornado happened. In a small white room in Bountiful, that tornado picked me up and transported me to the Oz-like wonderland I now inhabit.
I didn't know that this is where my life would lead. If I had known, I probably wouldn't have made that phone call, watched that movie, or let my heart move on. How was I to know that the vastness of the world was so comfortable? How was I to know that I would be safe and warm, as long as he was there?
But now. Now I know.