If there were a billion choices to be made and I wasn’t sure exactly what to do I’ll make none. There’s something I’ve noticed- the right decision gives you some kind of grace period but the wrong decision seems too appealing and imposes itself. Well, all other things being equal, that is. Not always, I mean. So I’ll rather wait for that moment of truth than grab that absurdly perfect moment.
Heart blended- yeah!
I love the snow flakes
Make me a Popsicle
Perhaps melt me in one
Freeze me in one
I love how senseless it feels
More like how void it flows
That’s what I call life
No particular destination
But a definite definition
I’m living it!
Walking through the rain
Rising from the snare
Can’t stand the pain
But you came as a spare
Dragging me out of the crowd
You took away the terrors of the night
A shield of comfort
An armor of hope
A reflection of faith
Threw down that rope
Over and over
Proofing that I could be more
Definitely more I am
It was my first time on the plane and I loved every bit of it.
I started from Accra, Ghana way up to Fairbanks, USA. Four flights in all- Accra to Washington DC, Washington DC to Detroit, Detroit to Seattle and Seattle to Fairbanks. I left Ghana on Wednesday at 11:45pm and arrived in Alaska on Friday at 12:05am. Yeah! It was a long trip and I’m still surprised I made it home finally.
I’d love to talk about every detail of the trip but trust me, we don’t have all the time for that so just my focus- two or three lines about the clouds.
In the Air
I’ve always been so captivated by nature and what I saw is amazingly indescribable. I don’t know how many people pay attention to the clouds but I did and it was amazing.
In one phrase, it looked like a transparent glass overlaid with mountains and valleys of icing.
That was the most amazing thing I’d ever seen and honestly, I will let you in on anything else as amazing as that immediately I find one.
This may not be the best travel post but this is my heart poured out and I enjoyed it.
Thanks for reading!!!
So as I promised, today’s post is going to be a surprise.
One thing about being a writer is that you want to write everything- even when you breathe you want to describe it. I’m no different.
As I have never done, I’m going to discuss my trip experience from Ghana all the way to Alaska. That’s the big surprise people.I know it may not be such a big thing but since it is new I want to call it surprise.
Let’s talk about it in the next post.
I’m sorry for the inconsistency. Things came up and I couldn’t keep up with my scheduled posting. But guess what- I’m back! Our first post will be a big surprise- but definitely tomorrow. It’s a date!!!