The other day I was driving my little old lady friend to the grocery store. I was engaged paying attention to her sharing. Unexpectedly, she pointed to the roof of a home — and requested that I start noticing roofs. Hmm.
This little old lady is almost 78 and is filled with pearls of wisdom. As I broadened my view to include roofs, I noticed other things ... some that I take for granted.
Like the fog. Some complain how it closes us in. Another view to consider: the fog becomes a temporary canvas for us to look up and have the white background magnifying the things we might normally overlook.
I am often astounded how we are provided pearls in life.
Reprint from Food For The Soul, Glenda Gibbs