Tuesday, October 14, 2008


I like clouds when they are little wisps in a bright blue sky.  I love flying above the clouds, looking down on the "other-worldly" landscape of them.  I usually don't care for them at all when they are heavy and gray and block out every speck of anything else worth seeing in the sky.

This morning, I gained a new appreciation of clouds.  When it truly is the very darkest, they capture what little light there is and reflect it in a way that makes it very easy to see next steps.  You might not be able to see the glory of the stars, but you can see the way to go right now.  Which is really all we need anyway, right?

1 comment:

  1. Glad to have you back in the blogging world. I appreciate the way you think and the way you share it. You make me want to experience the clouds...almost. Mainly I want to just throw back my head, close my eyes, and feel the bright sun on my face (and then pretend that clouds don't even exist).