Today I had an epiphany.
It all started after I dropped the kids off at school and began my morning walk. I hit the wrong playlist on my iPhone and a song came on that I didn't expect. It played. I went with it.
Between the lyrics, the sunshine glittering through the trees, the brisk but comfortable morning air, and feeling my body move . . . . something . . clicked. Like a switch was turned on.
A-ha. (a personal a-ha)
And I started taking pictures. While walking. I kinda felt like Zoey Deschanel in Yes Man and her Jogging Photography class. That was me.
I felt compelled to take photos. To record what I was seeing around me. Even if when people were watching.
I listened to that song on repeat . . . over and over again.
It was just one of those moments where it felt like pieces were coming together, slowly. Life -- today, right now -- is feeling good. I felt gratitude. Wonder. Peace. Energy. Centered. Open.
This rambling, and the following video, will probably only make sense to me. Why share it? I guess because I don't want neglect that feeling/thought. And I thought that we all might need a reminder from time to time to open our eyes and our ears so epiphanies can happen. :)
Song: Where I Come From
Artist: Passion Pit