ssRemember as a kid lying in the grass looking up at the clouds and finding shapes?  I love clouds so it’s only natural that I find peace and contentment whenever I watch the sun rise or set.  Of course, if there are clouds in the sky the light show is always more spectacular than if the sky is clear.  Even our own reflections are more beautiful through the eyes of others.

I subbed in second grade today and am plumb tuckered out.  I want to say I feel as wilted as the leaves of this wildflower (of which I do not know the name) but these are new leaves sprouting and stretching out.

pink spikeSo I’m doing what any teacher that is exhausted and wants to curl up asleep on the couch but knows it’s too early in the evening for that…and going to exercise class.  Here’s to rising up like the clouds and not crashing and burning.

[I was going to do the A to Z challenge for the month of April but wordpress blogs don’t jive with blogspot blogs making it very frustrating to post.  So, I’m going to do the challenge for the fun of it through photography and post daily here with a photo and shorter text.]



  1. Debbie, your photos are amazing and I love how you bring us back to times gone by, looking up at clouds to find shapes. I’d love to feature this post on Two Writing Teachers some time soon. Please let me know if that would be alright with you!

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