Peeps, the clouds painted the sky this morning. This reminds me of biblical verse Sexton 6:11 which reads something like…
In this moment I giveth to you a heaven full of love, that you may be filled with peaceful humility. That you may forsake the limitations of yesterday and overflow in the unworldly happiness of today. Shareth with all thy neighbors, as if you could only see each man, woman, and child as whole human beings, as children of god, just as you. Let compassion and grace and wonder be your guide. Even while driving.
Lo and behold the sun made an appearance over the Fox Valley just moments ago. The gas giant the earth orbits is indeed, ladies and gentlemen. A Real Thing.
Geneva’s Mayor Kevin Burns told local reporters that all city employees could embrace the morning sunshine for up to ten minutes before heading into work.
The crowd went wild and local town folk took to the streets to feast on the Boy Scout popcorn they had bought at the Walgreens on E. Main St. in St. Charles only days before.
One Geneva photographer snapped the attached photo on his daily commute. Being self-deprecating he only commented, “Sorry this was the best picture I could take driving over the Prairie Street bridge. I’m a man not a machine.”
Peeps, what was happening for me a few moments ago was a wonderful pinky orange sunrise. It’s Wednesday so we’re half-way through the week. Who can argue with hump day? NOBODY. That’s who.
Also, I could really use Desperately Seeking Susan on DVD. Ya, it’s from the 80s but still holding 88% on the Tomatoes. Bonus: if you have the soundtrack on vinyl you’ll be invited to the masquerade ball next month. Don’t just say you got it, you got to prove, that you’re into the groove. Get up on your feet, step to the beat…
Anyways, Happy Wednesday. Today will be your best day ever!
I’m thinking of having the masquerade ball next month even without the vinyl DSS soundtrack. I’ll just put this on infinite loop while everybody’s dancing around, feeling the sweet sensation. And yes, I really did just buy the DVD. Because that’s what you do when you’re me.