So fellow travelers, much of what has come when writing has been a litany of complaints.
Cold, wet weather. Heavy grey skies. A dismal monotony of ongoing stress. Nothing to post because doing so would validate the dreadful waste of precious time my days at work have become.
Being required to attend yet do nothing while madness takes hold is proving to be almost beyond my capacity to maintain balance. We thought we had seen the pinnacle of senselessness last year; little did we know the demands yet to come.
There is light in the distance
So you just keep pushing towards it
One step at a time
I found this photo I took on New Years Day. It feels as if we have endured years rather than months since that moment.
Then, today for the first time in months, I ate dinner sitting by my pond as the setting sun tinted the sky with warm shades of rose gold.
A few fat bumblebees danced between clusters of just bloomed dandelions and violets.
Returning migrants sang from budding trees.
Joy, like Spring, too long delayed rose with their chatter.
An early evening star appeared, offering a promise to hold a born of sincere gratitude.
Grace to see this journey through to the end.
Walk gently on the path my friends and may adventure find you ready.