So Close



Day 4: This is the labyrinth I walked this morning. If you’re unfamiliar with them, a labyrinth is not a maze but a tool used to enhance meditation. Or some people just walk them because they like to. This is one of six in the Taos area that the public can walk.

There was no one else around at the labyrinth this morning, so it was quiet and peaceful, and I was pretty close to the end, when a big dog jumped up on me from behind, knocking me off my path into the adjoining path. He was a friendly dog, but still. I never saw him coming. This is a metaphor for something, I thought. Right, but what?

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6 Responses to So Close

  1. Jessica says:

    Goodness! Feel the love around you, I guess. Very funny.


  2. Nancy Felice says:

    Judy, I think this means unexpected events will throw you off your path, but since the dog was friendly, the changes will all turn out for the best. (Really, could it be more obvious?) Seriously, I’m enjoying your journey. Can’t wait for the next installment.


  3. sue brabch says:

    Maybe you are the only person he has seen in days other than a cow!


  4. Gina says:

    This is hysterical mom. In addition, I don’t know who Sue is but her post is REALLY funny too! These are those moments that you aren’t sure if you’d want someone you know traveling with you. They’d be able to enjoy the moment, however they’d probably be wetting their pants laughing.


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