Tag: fear

By Dr. Deb Waterbury

My husband and I were painting the house this past weekend, which is a little easier since I really don’t have too many fears.  As a matter of fact, I most likely need a good dose of fear sometimes just so that I can stay on track.  Consequently, I had no problem whatsoever going up that ladder to paint the eaves on our house.  It’s beautiful up there, and having grown not one fraction of an inch since I was measured in the seventh grade at a whopping five foot nothing, any time I can see up high is a real treat.  I scaled that ladder like a pro, and all the while my husband was cautioning me to be careful.

Be careful? I thought.  This is great!

And then I ran out of paint. (more…)