Do I dare write on this, Connie’s world? Do I even attempt to place the words for such a complex state – yet so simple? I dwell too much though. I dwell and ponder and see much in my world. Too much? In my own being of mind I sometimes seem to ponder apart.
My own son told me once I lived in a fairy tale world. He was mad at me at the time and it just came out with his emotions. He later said he didn’t mean it but I truly wonder if he really did.
When I talk of the spiritual concept of a way and attitude there, I voice what I think. I conceive through a different reality from others around me. Thus, Connie’s world they kid about. I seem to pull situations and possibilities from nowhere of basis. Why do I see things as I do? Am I really and only in Connie’s world? Do I create things delusional from my pondering so much?
In Connie’s world there is no cell phone; never has been and hopefully never will be a need. And so I enjoy what God has put before me – not man through “witty inventions”. I enjoy the quiet and beauty and rest God gives us in this world. We only need look around…right under our feet, or over our head – look up. Enjoy the colors of the sky and the lines of our earth as they embrace. Look for it everyday. I’ve before been amazed at a gorgeous sunrise, yet to others they didn’t even notice…look up sometimes. The beauty there helps ease what ails below. Someone told me when I retired “sunrises and snowflakes” is what retirement is. He was one to always notice the sunrise too, and yep, what a plan in start to each day “sunrises and snowflakes” – on a given season of course.
And I thank God for His dwelling place for me everyday. I am so blessed I live in Connie’s world.