In Time

It’s been a year since my last post. Like, to the day.

I’ve been debating whether or not to start up again. Well, actually, for nearly the whole year. Today, there was a sign. Or, I took it as one.

IMG_5155I mean what are you supposed to do when a bouquet of daffodils flies over your house? Seriously. What would you have done?

This was the final balloon classic in Colorado Springs. Shortly after this beauty flew north past my house, it was caught in a change of current that took it west. Then I watched it descend, most likely landing in a parking lot a few blocks away. I don’t know if these are signs, as well. We should know in time.

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19 thoughts on “In Time

  1. I’ve missed your missives also. But I know how it goes. I still am wondering when I will get back to my blog. Haven’t had the focus since my mother’s passing in February. At least, I am finally getting back to the final edit of Book 2.
    Love & Hugs to you, dear one!

    • Thought of you recently, Rahima, and our autumn walk through Garden of the Gods. Triggered by writing a memory from my first visit to Black Tail Ranch http://thefullnessofbeing.com.
      Grief is not so easy to work in spite of. Or so I’m learning. Put on the grief like goggles and a snorkel and dive for treasure, instead.
      Best of luck and clarity with Book 2.
      Greetings to Mashuri, and Love, Cheryl

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