Jim: Do you want to go to the right or the left?

Melanie: I don’t care. I’m sorry sometimes I don’t have an opinion.

Jim: That’s okay. You make up for it by having strong opinions on some things.


5 thoughts on “opinions

    1. Melanie McNeil Post author

      In this particular instance we were walking and could choose from two routes that would go to the same place. When we’re actually navigating, we make a lot of wrong turns and generally figure it out quickly.

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      1. jimfetig

        When Yogi said, “When you get to the fork in the road, take it.” he meant that both forks led to his house and it did not matter which one his visitor chose. That’s always the best dilemma.


        1. Jim in IA

          I love that Yogi-ism.
          Before arriving at our son’s place, he had warned us about not taking the enticing exits off of the last mile stretch of highway. We were ready to forge ahead. At 60 mph, that can be a problem. Ahead the sign said the left two lanes were for exit. The right lane vaguely suggested it was the one we should take. But it disappeared under an overpass and didn’t look right. We had to decide ‘left or right’. We chose wrong. It was easily fixed. Made us laugh how easy it was.

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