Just wander . . . in nature or in your thoughts. . . outdoors.
Breathe and take in what you see . We need this time, again and again, especially during the holidays when life can feel like it's running ten yards ahead of us and we seem to be standing still.
It's a glorious time to wander as the seasons start to change, especially in our area, New England, where the air is invigorating and we need to start dressing in layers for warmth.
The bold colors are starting to disappear but don't let it fool you. The world may appear barren, but look closer and focus in, there is still beauty abound . . .
to discover and delight in.
Our eyes tend to gravitate toward the bold colors, but once they have dwindled we are able to see the little things, the intricacies of the natural world. The little things that can bring us joy.
The world is mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful.
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