MIAGD: Different sides of the deck

MIAGD: Make It A Great Day

The dogs were camping out on the deck in sunny areas, warming themselves beneath a brilliant shade of blue with the sunshine offering a cooler 59-degrees.

I stepped out to wagging tails and looked north to the Bob Ross approved sky.

To the south, a mass of grey hovered directly above, with the brightness edging the dark. A few drops were felt.

It’s nearing 3:00 PM and stomach cramps have kept me in bed since after breakfast. I’d love to be sitting outside, wrapped in a blanket, turning to either side of the deck to watch the changing sky.

Greener pastures.

Sunnier skies.

Keeping up with the Joneses.

Silver linings.

The sunny side of the street.

Light at the end of the tunnel.

What about those grey clouds with sparkling light framing them? What’s happening beneath them? Can we not find some beauty, good vibes, fortune, or happiness beneath grey clouds?

But, the first thought is usually, “but the grey clouds often bring rain.”

Of course. And we need rain, right?

When we have grey skies it’s not always a bad thing. Granted, I loathe the grey shroud of fall and winter, but I don’t mind the rain clouds that tend to bring the much needed nourishment.

Unless you’re in a flying contraption, it will be difficult to see clouds from both sides; however, you can still choose to see beauty in anything you desire.

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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