Sunday, March 18, 2012

Spring Quickening

It's been a long and varied year for me and my inner fire had become more of an inner smolder, my vision clouded.  I've been finding it hard to get back on my path again.  Have you ever had a big ball of twine in your hands and not been able to find the end?  That's what it has felt like.

Lots and lots of unexpected good things have come my way during this time, and I have so much gratitude, so I'm thinking I just needed some down time to refocus.

Marsh Trail, Big Morongo Canyon Preserve

I can now see, in the distance perhaps but definitely there, light at the end of the tunnel. I've found an end to my ever revolving ball of twine.  Perhaps its the quickening that comes with the onset of spring, but  I know, as always, when I have my camera in my hand I'm more plugged into nuances of the Universe.  And now it's time for me to step out once again and see what messages the World has for me.  I'm ready.

I'm linking this to Straight out of the Camera Sunday


Rambling Woods said...

My daughter wrote a poem when she was 11 when she was ill and at home for was called 'the light at the end of the tunnel'..I am glad that you see yours Barb..

Cheryl Ann said...

Did you guys get snow last night? I drove up Highway was snowing right above Vista Point today. Brrrrr!!!! It was good to get out, but now my knee is killing me!

Barb said...

A little but it's snowing quite hard now. Love it!

Anonymous said...

nice to see your work is still wonderful; you've got the eye. and the words. thank you.