This was taken last weekend, which is not technically yesterday, but I wanted to make it a part of this series and I have fallen horribly behind in posting these. My apologies. It’s a busy time.
And it’s actually the busy-ness of this time that this image is all about…
Last weekend, I was feeling horribly overwhelmed by the end-of-the-school-year crush, by various work (aka trying-to-get-work) issues, by family commitments, by the piles of paper and other personal debris that still dominate my office, by the onset of high temperatures and what that means for my MS related symptoms… I could go on and on. It was all I could do not to jump back into bed, pull the covers over my head, and wait for some brighter future to make itself known.
And then my wise husband suggested that I take a drive over to a nearby farm and buy some raw milk (which is one of my all-time favorite foods, to be honest.) I claimed not to have the time. He begged to differ. I listened to him, and when I arrived at the farm, was hugged by the farmer who I haven’t seen all winter, and walked to the barn to grab a gallon of fresh milky deliciousness, I realized that everything was going to be ok.
And this was exactly what I was looking at when I had that realization.
Yesterday, at some point is a series of photographs that describe a moment I experienced during the previous day. The posts are meant to be stand alone images, though at times I can’t control myself, and I end up expanding the caption into a more lengthy bit of text. Hopefully the extra information is useful, or at least interesting. If not, feel free to ignore it.