“There is a time for departure even when there’s no certain place to go.” Tennessee Williams
At some point in our lives, we’ve all been to places where we probably outlasted our welcome; intentionally or not. When that happens, there are often subtle ways we are nudged to move on… Sometimes we notice and at other times we ignore the hints. Here are ten signs that tell us it’s time to move on from a party, a visit with relatives, an event or any place that isn’t your home.
♥The party hats are packed away
♥The family informs you they will be leaving town shortly
♥Everyone has left and the host is yawning
♥The children come downstairs and ask if you’re the delivery guy
♥The cops come to pick you up as someone called saying an invader is in the house
More below… ***To my dear blog friends, I will catch up on comments on your blogs and on mine when I have access to power… This was created at Barnes & Noble/Starbucks and it’s time for me to offer up my seat… Someone is glaring at me… That is the bonus sign that says it’s time to go. 😉 More signs below.. TY!
“The only reason for time is so that everything doesn’t happen at once.” Albert Einstein
♥The cleaning staff ask you to move
♥The relatives suggest you stay in a nearby hotel next time you visit
♥The party host hands you a bill for all the damage done by everyone else
♥The lights are turned low or off.
♥The heat is turned off and everyone announces loudly, that your time is up
Even with a quote like this one from Stacy Charter,“Life is all about timing… the unreachable becomes reachable, the unavailable become available, the unattainable… attainable. Have the patience, wait it out It’s all about timing.”, at some point we must move on. What about you? What are your thoughts? When is it time to leave a place? Do you remember being encouraged to leave a party or place? How did it make you feel? Do share! Thank you. 🙂
This post was inspired by a prompt from WP Daily Post: How do you know when it’s time to go? Like at a party or when you meet a friend for coffee?
Positive Motivation Tip: Be the life of the party but know when to say adios!