Racing thoughts and activity seem to have been a “way of life” these couple of weeks – self inflicted though (I must confess).
Newly acquired roles are part of the reason.
Tutoring workshops has taken a larger part of my time lately; believing that preparation is the first step to success, it has been exciting getting samples ready. Taking on a role as Workshop Liaison Officer with ATASDA NSW has created the necessity of being tied to the computer – I can tollerate this deemon if the activity is efficient and good progress is achieved…..well, I am hanging in there hoping that my patience pays off soon.
Trawling through my multitude of photographs that are filed in such a muddled way, I found this!
Only taken a few weeks ago when sitting quietly on my front verandah I recall feeling so peaceful and with a quiet mindfulness about my life. I thought I would like to share this view with you. The scene is as it was – it has not been enhanced by photo software at all.
This is my favourite time of the day – sitting on the front verandah with a good cuppa tea watching the changing light.
Have you had any reflective sunsets lately?