MIAGD: Look past the rain

MIAGD: Make it a great day

This is the view from the bus window this morning.


It feels like we are looking out into a world-sized Claude Monet painting. 
Here are days when our world feels blurred, entirely without focus.  Too often, those days imprison us. 

Why can’t they prompt us forward?  

What is it that makes us desire to crawl back under the covers to avoid what might turn out to be a beautiful day?

Actually, today is one of those days for me. 

For nearly a year and I’ve been dealing with various state and government agencies, and others who have purposely avoided the responsibilities.  Yesterday was one of the first actual break-thrus, and this morning is putting all those pieces of the puzzle together, hoping they fit. 

It’s a struggle to not continue looking through today’s window with the obscured view.  However, this parade of red-tape idiocy is nearing the end of its route. 

If you have rain, keep your eyes focused on the rainbow.  If you have darkness, keep your eyes focused on the stars. 

Find the rainbows. 

Find the stars. 

And don’t forget to make it a great day. 

About Wright Flyer Guy

Darin is a single adoptive father, a teacher, playwright, and musical theatre director from Kettering, Ohio.
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