A Lucky Day is a Double-Edged Sword
November 30, 2015 5:24pm CST
When someone says they were lucky, they usually mean they had good luck. Luck, however, can be either good or bad. I had a day full of both kinds of luck, beginning as soon as I woke up. Something bad would happen and then be corrected by a stroke of luck, or the other way around. For example, today, I locked myself out of the house. I forgot my keys, so I used the spare key from our secret hiding place. Since it is rarely used, it rusted a bit and got stuck in the lock as I turned it. It would not come out for anything. I wondered if I was going to have to call a locksmith. On an outside chance, I went to the back and checked the back door hoping this was one of the times my son forgot to lock it. I get mad at him when he does this on occasion. Today I was praying that he did. What luck! He did leave it unlocked! I guess I can say I had a lucky day. Did you have a lucky thing happen lately? PostsByDalane
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5 Dec 15
Now that is a lucky day and unlucky day in one. Interesting post. I got lost while driving yesterday because construction had closed a bridge I was going to use so I drove through the boonies to where I wanted to go hoping I had taken the right road and it was perfect. I was relieved I didn't have to stop and ask for help to get to where I was going. I guess I had bad luck and good luck too.