Monday, March 7, 2016

Can't Help It

Control is what I need.  A camera, phone and computer that fits into your pocket has distracted me more than once.   Perhaps you can relate.  

Punctuality is not a strong suit.  Ribbons of ice begin to melt as I scrape the frost off of the windshield.  It is winter, but I seldom allow for the extra time required to deal with what the weather leaves.  So I find that I have only minutes to spare to get to work on time. I live in a beautiful place minutes from the Atlantic.  I drive beside rolling blueberry fields that are ablaze with red certain times of the year. There is no time to stop, so this morning, I my eyes on the road, averting a view of our little cove whereas I am sure to be mesmerized by beauty.  My vision shifts from the road and to the Atlantic.  I can't help it.  I am addicted to the beauty that surrounds me.



4 comments:

Jane Helms said...

Ah ... the beautiful, treacherous, sea. Thanks for sharing your view!

Wendy said...

Punctuality and self-control around electronics are ongoing struggles for me too. But your photo is proof that sometimes life lies in the distractions!

Dana Murphy said...

Oooh, I don't blame you. Gorgeous. Looks like a postcard!

Kris Shrontz said...

Your description was very vivid. Even with out the gorgeous picture I could visualize what you are seeing in the morning.