Chalk Bear and Dragonfly
Sharing a couple of photos taken last week, while I think about what I want to ‘Muse’ about here at the laundromat.
I think I’ve decided the cloud photo will be the test I use to make sure people in my life are on my wave length.
If you see a bear awkwardly holding a piece of chalk in the photograph below, you’re in the right place.
And Friday, oddly enough, I had been discussing dragonflies with a friend at work. I came out of the office and right next to my car, saw this poor little beauty. Strange though – one of those coincidences that gives me pause.
My usual ‘Musings from the Laundromat’ will be written from home, as they’re not open yet.
I’ve been up since just before 5 O’Clock thanks to Butters, my restless bedroom companion. 3 times last night she wanted to go outside … just to bark at something and hang out on the porch. And that was a good night.
So here I am, sleepy, but happy and trying to find the words to describe the past week. I’m not sure I can.
‘Awake’ is a good start.
Haven’t been sleeping much … but the way I see it, if I’m blessed to be very old one day, I’ll look back and smile at experiences, not the time I spent asleep.
Besides, my mind is wide awake. As is my heart is and my soul.
A series of connections and coincidences keep occurring.
It is as if all the intangibles that have made me who I am, ancestry, music, beliefs, memories, words I’ve read, places I’ve been – have found their counterpoint.
I’ve always liked to think that when I experience Déjà vu it is a sign that I am right where I am meant to be. But I have not experienced anything like this past week before.
No sense that something has happened before, only that it was meant to.