I Walk the Line

Daily Prompt: 180 Degrees

Tell us about a time you did a 180 — changed your views on something, reversed a decision, or acted in a way you ordinarily don’t.

Hang on. Isn’t a 180° angle a straight line? This prompt, it makes no sense…

I am not prone to changing my mind. I tend to make good and accurate decisions and rarely see any need to alter my trajectory. I know that I grew up  being told that I was always wrong, but I like to think that I am right, at least some, if not most of the time. That’s my story and I am sticking to it… more or less.

UK traffic sign 614
This lady’s not for turning.

I have been known to “frog” the odd knitting project, and re-purpose my yarn.

Oh, and I suppose the biggest reverse of my life has to be choosing a life partner, marrying him, and then divorcing him. I do not intend to entertain/bore you with the harrowing detail.

Anyway, I shan’t be doing that again.

It’s a 180° angle of trajectory for me from now on.

 

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