Oh Say Can You See
I haven’t written for the past couple weeks mainly because I didn’t have much to say. I found myself caught in the duality of the beautiful moments around me against the backdrop of all that was happening.
I sat on empty superiorly cleaned airplanes going to a college reunion in Park City, Utah. There I witnessed my college friend’s dream come true of having chickens, a green house and a great second marriage of seven years.
I watched from my bay window as our handyman joked with my brother as they took license plates off a car.
I explored the town of Woodstock, Vermont in its brilliant Fall splendor with my Aunt as we visited by brother-in-law’s new gallery opened with friends.
I drove through my hometown seeing people walking, riding bikes, holding their dogs on leashes and talking across the street and traffic to their neighbor.
I love this Rumi quote, “Everything in the Universe is a pitcher brimming with wisdom and beauty. The lasting beauty is the beauty of the heart.”
Beauty and Wisdom is what I lean into these days in that which is constant and also in flux and change.
Together we traverse.
P.S. I love to connect, feel free to comment.