Monthly Archives: March 2017
Today is the last day of my thirties. I took a walk this evening to reflect on the past decade and all the changes that have happened in my life during the last decade. It’s amazing how much I’ve been through, good and bad, and how much is different today verses ten years ago. I won’t get into the details, but I will say it’s very surreal thinking about it. It’s almost as if my younger self is a different person entirely, and my memory of that young man is just some memoir I happened to read and mistake for my own.
All the same, I’m thankful for the years I’ve been given thus far. I know exactly what I’ll be wishing for when the big forty hits tomorrow, and I think most people wish for the same when wisdom of experience outweighs the arrogance of youth. I will wish for it tomorrow out in the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Spring flowers will fill my eyes, and a spirit will fill my core with a beauty that is unrivaled and glorious.
And the vast horizon shall unfold the next journey.
I took a trip to Albuquerque this week for vacation and I saw tons of trees with white and pink flowers all over the city. Spring time had arrived in New Mexico! I was happy to take pictures of all the new growth, including the shot above, which was taken not far from where my mother and father live.
My dad has some wonderful spring flowers in his yard this week. I took several picture of them. This was one of the many that I captured.