I left a card once
I don’t know if you read it
It said I love you.
That’s what the past 2 weeks have seemed, much like this strange half frozen egg found in my fridge a couple of weeks ago. Not quite this, not quite that. Regardless I still had to make an impromptu run to the market to pick up fresh eggs to finish off my baking. Such is life with ADHD, you just keep on keeping on. Baking. Half baked. That’s rich. Ha-ha. That’s a fitting descriptive. Continue reading “ᏕᎧᎷᏋᏖᎥᎷᏋᏕ.”
I’d walk the pathway around the park roughly the same time every day before I head down to the shore to watch the suns grand finale on the big stage. Every day as I’d make my way around the loop I’d try to take visual note of the slightest shifting of shadow and light dancing among the fern as the sun would gently begins its slow decline. Nature. My solace. My equalizer. Its magic on this day, the fire breathing sun set tree Spirit alive.
glory in the green
a fire in the belly
even trees rejoice
I would go down to the beach every single evening my first year moving south in an attempt to recalibrate from the unnecessary ugliness of my ‘then’ office life. I’m sure it’s because of that time period alone I now have this insurmountable amount of sunset photos eating away my memory card that I just cannot bear to part with. This one will always remain one of my most favorites.
every evening to the beach
that is where I’d find my solace
cotton candy sky on fire