A few days ago we had an impromptu thunderstorm in Southern California. It was beautiful! Not only did we get a light show, but it was warm enough to keep the windows open in the house while it was going on. The smell of rain waking up the earth is one of my favorite things. Though, I think that’s a product of growing up in Las Vegas where rain didn’t happen that often.
So, I woke up this morning at the crack of dawn like I normally do, and watched the sky go from black to dark blue, to a blue-ish gray. I watched as my neighbors got in their cars and went to work, and took their kids to school. The sky gradually lit up, and revealed a beautiful haze that made everything seem more still than it normally is. It was the symphony of birds chirping that stopped me in my tracks. It was still fairly dark outside, and the birds are chirp, chirp, chirping away. My two monitors are glowing, and my window is closed. It was then that I decided that I was just going to stop for a second, power down all my digitals, and open that window so I could hear that magick better.
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