I remember my dear Grandma Mary talking about a busybody neighbor of hers, lamenting how she couldn’t take her garbage to the curb without this neighbor reporting her activity to all within earshot. The neighbor wanted to know all the things about all the company that visited my Grandma. From my Grandma’s perspective, this neighbor delighted in getting all up in her business.
For a long, long time, I viewed Change like my own personal, busybody neighbor–the kind of neighbor who was never content to just let me be. As soon as I settled in and accepted one kind of transition, she would ring the doorbell and disrupt my peaceful state. She took delight in getting all up in my business in the worst of ways.
If I saw Change coming, I’d roll my eyes and breath a deep sigh. I just wanted to close the curtains, turn off the lights, and pretend I wasn’t home. She was a thief of my joy and the enemy of my contentment. During that time, if I would have taken a quiz to see how good of friends I was with Change, the results would have said we weren’t friends at all. We were enemies with a capital E.
I’ve come to learn I had changed pegged wrong, so I am a little more gracious in my opinion of her now.
If you could take a quiz to see if Change is your friend or enemy, what would it say? Well, you don’t have to speculate or guess-now you can find out!
If you are curious, take this short quiz to see if the outcome says what you think it would say. If you plan to read my book Girl Meets Change releasing this Tuesday (!!!), take it before you read it and once again after you read it. Are the outcomes the same or different?
The quiz is free, and of course anyone can take it. Also, a bonus! After completing the quiz, your particular outcome includes an excerpt from a chapter of Girl Meets Change for your reading pleasure.
So take the quiz and let me know what outcome you received!
I hope you have a wonderful weekend, dear friends. Much love to you!