I was at breakfast with a friend this past weekend who was fretting about her daughter. Her adult, intelligent, capable daughter. My friend was worried about a project her daughter was planning to take on the next day and the potential complications that could arise. The fact that she had no involvement or control over the outcome herself didn’t stop her from being genuinely concerned.
Only half-kidding, I said, “Well, it’s good you’re worrying about it because one of these days that’s going to pay off for you.”
We both laughed at the absurdity of such a statement; who really thinks worrying is anything other than a complete waste of time?
The night I arrived, you know what I did? Continue reading That Day Worrying Finally Paid Off