We recently took a road trip to the east coast of the USA. We had a great time with family and friends. The weather was perfect. I breathed in salty air and stuck my toes in the ocean. Ahhhhh.
Well, on the way home to The Middle, Missouri to be precise, we came across these clouds to the north of us. I love to see the skies in the mid-west. They are much like the ocean I left behind. Always changing color and always leaving room for my vast imagination.
When you’ve been spending a lot of time trying to settle in to a new location and things go slower then you have ever anticipated, well let’s just say that sometimes it’s hard to be thankful; difficult to look on the bright side of life or keep on the sunny side.
That’s why this “project” of mine to post a “testimony” or “story” a day can be a bit difficult. But I do know that in time it will get easier because I totally expect it to change my perspective to the sunny side of life.
So, with that in mind, I took my wonderful dog outside last night for her final relief before bed. While heading back toward the house I looked up. What I saw took my breath away. The sky – the beautiful big mid-west sky – was full of fluffy multi dimensional white and gray clouds with a full moon shining brightly behind them. The art work above was absolutely beautiful from this earthly perspective! And to think that I know this artist. Overwhelming!