Hello Friends! Tonight’s feature image is titled “Peaceful Resolution” and is available for purchase by using theinstructions at the bottom of the page.
The big blue truck veers from the highway and comes to an abrupt halt on the berm. The rain clouds have dissipated and the roads are clear of debris. It’s time to sit by the Kanawha River for a few minutes and recharge in the fresh air and warm sun. Down river Glen Ferris basks in the Sun beneath the dormant kudzu. The trees are still sleeping but the soil is starting to come to life deep beneath leaf litter. And the frogs are awake! Even though it’s broad daylight the forest is alive with the croaking and chirping of the males singing for a mate. I can also hear a cardinal high in a treetop declaring his love for his lifelong mate. The sun is at just the right angle to produce a nice reflection of the Methodist Church in the distance on the water. The breeze blows just enough to feel fresh but not enough to chill. I take a deep breaths and savor the atmosphere. There’s no rush today and the big blue truck ism going anywhere else for a while. Today is mine and I will take full advantage of each moment while it’s available because those moments when a person can clear away the mental clutter is just as important to health as diet and exercise.
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2 thoughts on “This Moment Is Mine”
Fantastic photo Lloyd! Amazing colours overall but seeing this beautiful palette repeated in the reflection really takes it to the next level 🙂 Clearing mental clutter is essential but I wonder how many people actually do it? I feel like we are becoming more and more afraid of sitting in silence with our thoughts.
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Thank you Frances ❤
When I started my blog I decided that the "freebie" part would be to encourage my readers to mentally declutter for a few minutes every day.
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