Recently, I have been wallowing in a little pocket of crankiness that seemed bottomless. Such moods often dog me at this time of year; though I live far from the cold and snow, I’ve always chalked it up to seasonal affective disorder. I thought the only cure was longer days. Or Hawaii.
Then I found myself with two healthy kids–at the same time–and no freelance work for the day. So, after excavating two and a half months of neglected mail, I decided to take a short walk to clear my head.
What I saw so humbled me. How many days have drifted by without proper reverence?
2 thoughts on “On the importance of taking a walk now and then”
I wouldn’t be too worried about approximating the awesomeness, they look absolutely amazing, especially how you’ve captured the God rays.
Wow! It’s a sunny day with no responsibilities in front of me. You may have inspired me to try out those new cross country skiis that a friend gave to me.