Thursday, October 8, 2015

A fence and a Story!

..........For every mile of road there are two miles of ditches!

and in some will find two miles of fences!

So....what does it really mean when one says: "For every mile of road, there are two miles of ditches" ????

It means that there are two sides to every story!

How true this is!  Does this mean that one story is the truth and one story is a lie?   Not just simply means that two people see things in a different light.

"He who answers a matter before he hears it; it is folly and shame to him."
                                        Proverbs 18:13

Before we place judgement upon others....we should definitely hear both sides of the story!

It is when someone hurts our feelings, that we have the opportunity to truly see just how important our relationship with Jesus really is!!!

Happy Fence Day!!

Joining Tex......



  1. Well said!
    I've hit those ditches many more times than I can to think about too.

  2. Love your header! And that sweet pic of the little cyclist. :-)

  3. Love this post! How very true and well expressed! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Good reminder not to place judgement because we may not know the real truth. Shug, I am following you! Have a beautiful day! With blessings!

  5. a good saying and cute pic, too. :)

  6. Oh so true. Too often I have been guilty of forming an opinion before I heard both sides of the story.Thanks for sharing these thoughts.

  7. Well said and I agree with you.

  8. Hi Shug, this is perfect and something to remember. Thank you for sharing and the timeliness of your post.
    Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
    Hugs, cm

  9. Very nice photo with a cute little girl and a nice fence.
    Also some really "good" words of advice to live by.

  10. Amen sister! I loved this post-- and honestly lived through this example this week--ive never heard this saying- I like it!


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