Today had two Perfect Moments.
The first was the early morning snowfall. I was out of the house before the sun had cleared the horizon. It was a short walk to my bus stop, but it was a quiet one. No cars passed me and I felt no need to rush. When I got to the stop, I caught sight of a fine curtain of snow that had been falling during my entire walk.
With no bus in sight, but expected soon, I had time to soak it all in. I was able to tune out the few cars that passed by and even the neon from the nearby gas station seemed less bright and intrusive. I couldn’t hear the snow falling, but I felt like I could. It was sort of like when rain is falling in a drizzle and though you can hear it, you feel like you can’t.
It was Perfect.
The second was that a co-worker brought me my favourite Japanese chocolates (filled with coffee nougat). They are truly delicious, but I was more appreciative of the fact that she took time out of her visit to Japan to buy them for me. It might only have taken a little thought while in line at the convenience store, but when you’re on vacation that seems like quite a bit.
Now I only have to worry about not eating them too quickly.
On another note…….
my reader only shows two or three blogs at a time. If more than that get published, I lose the opportunity to see yours. So sorry, I am not neglecting you, I just don’t see that you’ve put up a new post unless I check the site every five minutes. Hopefully, this situation will resolve itself soon.