“Always be on the lookout for the presence of wonder.”
The sky is the daily bread of the eyes.
Isn’t it breath taking? Majestic and mysterious? Sometimes as I’m driving I can scarcely keep my eyes on the road and I have to find a place to pull over and just take it all in. The wonder. The sheer beauty. The magnitude. Remember lying in the cool grass as a child and looking at the sky and the cloud formations? I could spend long periods of time searching the sky and finding turtles or unicorns. These days I still notice the sky throughout each day. On my walk with the dog first thing each morning. Looking out my second story office window at home. While driving (of course, being careful to keep my eyes on the road too!). I see a lot of hearts within the cloud shapes. Not daily, but often. Did you notice them too in some of the photos above? Sweet messages from above. Nature’s awe inspiring glory blessing us. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
magenta-green and white
carrier of light and wind
from the south you came singing
a high shrill whistle weighted with rain
everywhere you flew the grasses bowed in prayer
and a greenness came to the land as your song was heard
your wings rushed the clouds
to bring sweet wet seed from the skies
and everywhere you looked was singing.
~Harold Littlebird, Native American (Pueblo) poet