Today is another gray day in a string of mostly gray and rainy days this summer. A record breaker. It is almost noon, yet the air remains heavy with a suspended mist, the sun seemingly listless and failing miserably at making an appearance. I feel surprisingly at peace, sitting here at my desk writing, despite not being able to tend the overgrown gardens, nor work in the garden house putting up much needed shelving,or whittling down the outdoor “to do list”. The phrase, “don’t worry, be happy” seemed an adequate description of how I was feeling with a peace that had settled snugly within me. Though my list is long of tasks needing attending to, I felt deeply accepting of my limitations. Today’s post reflects that. Perhaps this post will help us all to embrace and to relish those times when we are aware that, at least for the moment we have “no worries.” Many of these photos speak for themselves……..
Oh, and by the way, by the time I finished writing this, the gray skies turned stormy, and we had some kind of thunderstorm, a short loss of power, and a whole lotta rain, again! Whew, I wish I could package it and send it to the west to put out their fires.
Thanks for stopping by. Laters, charisse