Wow, it’s been eight weeks since I’ve done a Five Minute Friday. I don’t even know what to say, I’m so disgusted with myself! So here goes, I’m back in the mix. Hope y’all will welcome me back with open arms!
I link up with Lisa-Jo on Fridays for a writing flash mob…throwing caution to the wind and gathering to share what a few minutes of free writing can buy.
Today’s topic: IMAGINE
Here, where the sky is an electric kind of blue — the kind that gives you a surging hope and anticipation for something wonderful.
Here, where the dandelion stands alone in the field.
Where I have this amazing view, and how can I not stand in awe that this is a moment I get to have, today?
Where life has #nofilter.
Where yesterday and tomorrow are hazy and gray and fuzzy and unclear, here and now is living in technicolor. It’s the warmth of the sun and the cool of the shade and the breath of the breeze and it’s soaking it all in because it’s too beautiful not to.
Where I embrace each moment He gives and squeeze every drop of life out of it because it’s just. perfect.
Where He shows me this is just one moment in a lifetime of endless possibilities of what He has planned, if I’d only let go and allow myself to just be.
A moment I “get to have”. Oooh, love that thought!
Lovely prose about the nature around your home… Lovely :)
I really like this post, and I love the photo that goes with it. Glad you came back to Five Minute Friday!
Yay! You’re back! My open arms are happy to welcome you again! And oh my gosh, that is a beautiful photograph of an amazing electric blue sky. I’m loving that picture of hope. It indeed looks like anticipation of something wonderful. I’m in awe with you, girl.
Thanks for the welcome back hug, sister!!
Ok, so now I want to figure out where you live! Suddenly I want to live in that place geographically and emotionally! Such a pretty perspective! Glad you’re back doing the Five Minute Friday thing-a-mijig!
Thanks for visiting! Yes, it’s beautiful here. Western North Carolina. If you ever come this way, let me know!
Allowing ourselves to just be can be such a challenge at times. But it is during these times, when God has really revealed His love to me. Thank you for visiting today.