Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Rainbow Bright

I wonder if there were two pots of gold?
I almost missed it.  I was sitting in the living room, resting a bit, when my daughter called me to the window to view the most vibrant rainbow I've ever seen.  The picture does not do it justice.  It fairly glowed in the blue sky after a long two days of rain.

And I almost missed it.  I'm doing that a lot lately--missing things, the important things.  I spend so much time worrying about what I'm not doing that I don't get around to actually doing.  I must stop--worrying, that is,--and start doing.

My life is fast becoming like the Kathy Mattea song:

Time passes by,
People pass on,
In the drop of a tear,
They're gone.
I've always been a person who looked far down the road, and I plan to continue that, but I think I'll pause more often to savor the sights and people along the way:  blue chicory, red clover, and a tremendously patient Dragon.

What about you?

How are you living your Savory life?


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