We still go on our neighborhood “loops”–the mile walk that we sometimes do 5 times a day. But with snow, ice, and bitter cold temperatures (feels like 5 degrees today), we remind ourselves of the motto, “There’s no bad weather, just bad clothing.”
So we bundle up. And with the ice? We take it so slow. And we have to hold on to one another (mostly so I don’t slip).
I think life is like this sometimes: You’re still on your journey forward, but during some seasons, things take longer. It’s a time to go slowly. And you need to hold onto someone to get by. This is true of challenging and confusing seasons of life. But step by step, you still press on.