Musings From A Musical Mind


So I’m at my Zumba class tonight – GREAT FUN!!  And by the time I leave – it is dark.  I parked the car – quite a ways from the front entrance – I took note of what was around me etc. and was so sure I knew where my car was.  I don’t like coming out of anyplace alone and in the dark – but at least there were many people milling around in the parking lot.  But….

Yes – you guessed it.  I couldn’t find the car.  It was funny at first – and just annoying – I mean I had really paid attention to where I had parked it – just in case…Okay – I do tend to lose my vehicle quite a bit – even in the day light – so I have to be sure to pay very close attention when I go anywhere at night.  So here I am wandering around the HUGE parking lot – filled with every vehicle imaginable.  I walked down one aisle – it looked sort of familiar – but there was no car.  So I went down the next aisle – and the same thing.  After a few minutes it wasn’t funny or annoying any more – and I wasn’t too concerned about looking like a COMPLETE DORK – Okay I was a little concerned about that – but it began to become alarming. And by alarming – I mean – all these weird things were popping  into my head like – “the car is stolen. ”  It’s pretty old – but still a nice Mazda Millennia – who knows – would someone really want it for the stereo system or something?  And since this have NEVER happened to me before – I really didn’t know what to do.  So I called Greg on my cell – and he laughed at me.  Okay – he stopped when he knew how panicked I was.  I told him I just wanted to sit down in the middle of the parking lot and cry like a baby.  Isn’t that silly?  It didn’t feel very silly.  I felt – lost.  But he assured me it probably wasn’t stolen – just misplaced for a moment.  He knew I’d find it if I walked down the middle aisle and went across – and eventually – I did.  It probably took 10 minutes – but it felt like an hour of walking around.  But it was there all along – my sweet little car – waiting for me as if to say, “I’m over here.  Over Here.  OVER HERE!!!”

Well I was relieved and WAY past feeling silly this point.  It was a “Thank you Lord” moment – so thankful that my car wasn’t stolen after all.  And that totally helpless and lost feeling was gone – in an instant.

Do you ever feel lost? Incredibly frustrated – even silly for feeling that way?  Me too.  Our lives can sometimes go this way – a little “sideways” and it can throw us off and make us feel helpless and frustrated – and all we want to do is sit down and have a good cry.  I believe that Jesus understands this about us.  I believe we will all have days and moments like this.  I believe for every bad lost “moment” – there is an even better “moment” around the corner.  A feeling of being “found” – of being valued – of being loved.

I am praying for you today.  That if you are lost – that you would indeed be found.

God Bless


Comments on: "Lost" (7)

  1. I don’t lose my car very often. But I will admit it has happened to me a few times. More often, I’ve locked my keys in the car! The secretaries at the last church I pastored will always remember me for it, I’m sure. My “parking lot practice” is to always park straight out from the front doors, even if that means I must park a long ways away. That way, I only need to walk straight out of the doors when I leave until I reach my car.

    Strangely, I have this recurring dream about always looking for something I’ve lost. Is that weird or what? I usually get so agitated that it wakes me up! Then I get disgusted with myself because it’s only a dream.

  2. Oh I am directionally impaired. I get lost backing out of my own driveway!

  3. I have been through that before Cindy. In fact several times when I thought my car was gone too. Of course I had forgot where I parked it. As for prayer for feeling lost, well that is always needed. Thank you. Have a great weekend.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

Tag Cloud

diana iannarone

Wake Up. Stand Up. Live Free. A Perceptual Approach to Rapid Growth and Permanent Change

Fallen Pastor

Helping fallen pastors and those affected by a fall from ministry


Conscious Thought: Driven by Intelligent Awareness

The Devotion Cafe'

Love and Empowerment

Poems & People

what if poems could be symphonies, and people their orchestra?

The Fickle Heartbeat

A blog about love or lack thereof

knitting soul

turning the knots into something beautiful

Kristi Ann's Haven

Jesus ( Yeshua) Saves!!

GODINTEREST - Christian digital media website exploring faith, culture and life

Godinterest is a place to talk about God, Culture, Life and all that other stuff

The Light Post

Scott & Christina Graff

Natalie Breuer

Natalie. Writer. Photographer. Etc.

iwedplanner wedding vendors

This site is the bee's knees

Granny Smith: Unleashed

Observations and random thoughts from a "not so teenager."




Finding Clear and Simple Faith

Humanity777's Blog

The Church of Christ



Brendan Cole - Writer

Musings On Life and Other Minutiae

Chickens Bring Peace to the Earth

Slow down, pray, make better choices

Feed Only via TSS Team


Romance of Five Clouds and Magical Poetry


Walking in the Favor Of God


Education is Everything

GIFT FROM THE HEART - Share and Care!

Appreciation, Respect and Gratitude towards all...... that there is!

Upside DIY

Born from the love of, "Do It Yourself" attitude!

Soul Access


Traveling with Thomas

Follow me as I study in London and travel Europe

Mercy Not Sacrifice

The Blog of Morgan Guyton

Life Confusions

"I Will Find Words, Smith them Down. For Love Is Infinite And So Are They."

ann johnson-murphree

Artist, Writer of Confessional Free Verse Poetry and Fiction

Stealing Kisses & Making Mistakes.

Following God's path while stumbling through this world with a heart of a woman.

Gotta Find a Home

Conversations with Street People

Ed Mooney Photography

The home of Kildare based Photographer, Blogger and self proclaimed Ruinhunter.


”Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life.” -- Picasso.


poems & stories, thoughts about people and places between moments of clarity, or not.

Grow up proper

A raw view on life

A Blumes With a View

Putting the "blah" in blog!!

Why do high low when you can keep it on the low low?

Ray Ferrer - Emotion on Canvas

** OFFICIAL Site of Artist Ray Ferrer **

Patterns Tried and True makes a happy YOU

Help Hope Happiness! Knowledge sets you free to become the best you can be!

%d bloggers like this: