Hey, Hi, Hello!
Have you ever felt like your love of Instagram sent you a sign?
I think my obsession with the sky and clouds and sharing photos I can tag #lookup sent me a sign a few days ago.
I was leaving a big, busy shopping centre on Saturday afternoon, and it was a relief to get out of the stuffy, squishy, zombie shopper crush and into the fresh air.
As I walked to my car, I enjoyed the feeling of the sun on my face, and the sky was all flirty and hey look at me, not that it needs to be, I’m always looking!
Don’t be insecure sky, I see you.
I snapped a few shots, without paying much attention, and when I looked at them later on, here’s what I saw.
A sign in the sky. Literally. Quite nicely composed too.
I’ve decided to pay attention to this sign.
To give way, to yield.
I’m not sure exactly what the sign means, but I feel like it’s good life advice, even in a non-specific way.
Pause. Look around.
When you come to a give way sign, you might turn right, or left, or go straight ahead, but you need to yield first.
Okay, I can do that.
It’s hard sometimes to acknowledge things that are going on internally. I’ve had to make lots of changes to my life this year, and some of that has triggered a few subterranean tremors. I feel some shifting, a few issues perhaps wanting to come up for air, to be recognised, and perhaps reconciled. That’s not a comfortable place to find myself.
So, in that spirit, I see you sign. I hear you. I welcome you.
How do you tune in when your camera, your kids, a snippet of conversation, or even a book recommendation, feels like a sign?
I’d love to hear your tune-in tips.
I’m yielding, and I plan on enjoying the view while I do.
Look up, friends, look up; you never know what you might see.
Don’t forget to hit me up with your tune-in tips please.