This gift from above I relish every day that the clouds allow it to come through and bathe me with its benefits. Vitamin D, a tanned skin (during the winter that is not that easy to come by, unless you go and insert yourself in one of those plastic coffins). Let me continue listing the joys of having my sunbeam. After a while of being under the magic spell of my sunbeam, I feel very energetic and ready to conquer the world, I mean, the day.
It starts (my sunbeam) on one corner of my winter retreat and goes around the room until around 4:00 pm, when it starts to recede and then becomes a beautiful sunset. You saw two pictures on last Saturday’s posting. That is the gift of nature I get when I am in my kitchen or living/dining area. I am very fortunate indeed.
I have a very bright and sunny house. It is in my favorite color. Yellow. I love my house, but as I am getting to have so many happy birthdays, the winters are becoming less tolerable for this Caribbean DNA body. That’s why I would like to move back to Florida, and even then, if I find that that’s not where I want to be, I just pack my few belongings and keep on moving. The less you have, the easier it is to move around. Flexibility, my friends, flexibility is the name of the game at this stage in our beautiful lives.
Going back to my sunbeam, it amazes me that the best things that life offers are free. Fresh air, our sunbeams, being able to see, hear, etc., etc., and being able to laugh freely into the wind, and enjoy the warmth it gives you to know that you have people in your circle of life that appreciate and love you just as you are. Priceless!
With that in mind, let’s see what else I can come up with tomorrow to philosophize about us and life.
Your Happy Contessa
2 thoughts on “My sunbeam…”
Come on down, we have sunbeams down here too.
I am trying as hard as I can. You don’t have sunbeams there in Fl, you have an exclusive rental agreement with the sun.