My personality hates fog; it means I have to slow down (which I obviously don't do--exhibit A--my ticket), and proceed cautiously. I don't like to slow down because I'm often driven by accomplishment and seek to perform--for God and for others. I also love to see things change and develop, and become frustrated when I'm not working towards seeing something change.
My dad's words of advice still come to mind when I see fog: "Slow down, and pick a car that you can follow through it." This is great advice not just if you're stuck in fog on a highway, but also on your spiritual journey. A lot of times I can begin to make the things of following Christ more important than Christ himself. This can be especially dangerous when there is a spiritual fog present.
Right now I find myself in a spiritual fog; I can't see clearly or far ahead of me as I look at what God is doing. I can sense that He is at work, but cannot put the pieces together in a meaningful way. I think it's time to take my dad's advice and apply it to my spiritual life: I definitely need to slow down, and stick to the Lord's bumper. Much to my dismay, it's not a time for me to go fast spiritually, but humbly ease off the pedal and allow the Lord to guide me.