Justin surprised us today.
He whisked us away to a National Park called Crater Lake. I’ve never seen anything like it before.
It’s a lake in a crater formed over 7,000 years ago. Located just north of where we live, I would have never guessed this gem was tucked into the natural forests all around us.
Tonight I am both inspired and exhausted. A little tired out because it’s only six days since I had surgery but it felt amazing to be outside in the super FRESH air. And, a lot inspired because the blue of the water was a color I have never seen before, and it kept changing right before my eyes.
I was reminded of how much nature changes, how often is shifts, literally beneath our feet and in front of our eyes — and how often I don’t notice at all.
It makes me wonder….
What can I do to find more time for nature.
What do you do?