Tuesday Thoughts

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There is such a beautiful freedom in tears
Permitting your heart, body, and mind to swell over the walls of others’ considerations
Sailing on the waves of bitterness, grief, insurmountable joy and fear
Being swept up in the currents of past, present, and the unseeable future
Does it ever catch you off guard when you whisper to yourself “Finally?”
We, as a people, sometimes ache for the salt water deluge which makes small rivers and streams down the contours of our face
Creates the quakes and shivers in the body, moving with an uninhibited freedom through our nerves, muscles and subconscious
It is in these disruptions we give ourselves permission to be.
To live in the here and now
To listen to the ghosts that haunt us
To lean into the dappled light that nurtures and powers us
Storms can come upon us suddenly or they can send messengers ahead to launch the warning sirens
Either way nature knows its limits
As each storm moves from place to place they always leave a serene hush over the landscape
A bright horizon filled with possibilities and new beginnings
A freedom you can only experience after the salt water has washed you clean

Wandering Wednesday

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Another Wednesday brings along with it another “Wandering Wednesday!” Today the photos span Manhattan, Delaware, and my Grandmother’s house in Virginia, where I spent the Easter weekend. And even while there is a filter on the Delaware sunset photo, don’t let this information fool you, the sunset was indeed that rich and vibrant 🙂

Ciao

Wandering Wednesday

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Photo collage while in SoHo and walking along Park Avenue South these past few days.