There is a place. In the far northeast corner of Vermont. A place I have come to love. A place where I have over the years sought peace and serenity and found so much more. It holds a very special place in my heart.
With her towering mountains that stand guard over her shores.
With her calm and reflective waters.
With iher glorious vistas and magnificent sunsets.
It is a place where worries fall away and life slows down. A step back into a simpler time. And wonder around every corner and on every mountain top.
It’s always hard to leave. But I know that she’s always here for me. Waiting patiently until I return again.
From Lake Willoughby with love…
I couldn’t pick just one….
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “ROY G. BIV.”
I’ve been thinking about the word thrive lately. Especially as the school year winds down and I feel like I’m merely surviving rather than thriving. But I think it’s more than that.
This idea of thriving has taken root in my mind and in my heart. It is growing. I am realizing that in life we are meant to thrive. We are meant to flourish and truly live.
Yet I have begun to wonder…am I really thriving or just surviving in my life?
Perhaps it’s because of this journey I have found myself on. A journey of uncovering and discovering who I am and what I want from this life. There is a deeper purpose and meaning that keeps whispering to me and I’m starting to hear what it’s saying. I’ve dived into the depths of my heart and my soul. I’ve healed wounds and grown in countless ways.
And now there is a longing, a yearning for something more.
So I’ve begun a kind of transformation…and taken a turn down a mysterious and yet exciting path.
I’m not sure where it will lead. And that’s ok. I have faith in where I am heading.
I do believe this path is where I will find what it is I am yearning for. And along the way, I will learn what it means to thrive. After all, I have seen how nature thrives…
There is nothing more vivid than the first colors of spring
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Vivid.”