Sometimes I feel lost – – lost in an unknown whirlwind of time and to-do’s; of must happen, should happen, and could happen’s.
This is when I find myself sitting down in the driver’s seat, on the plush hand-me-down/partially inherited sofa, or on the floor of the warmly carpeted loft-ish room in our new home … lost in thought. But even more often, when thought gets the best of me, I naturally progress to images – photos of places I have experienced and explored (by choice and by necessity).
When I looked back into the vault that was 2009, the image above appeared vividly. I saw dragons and fairies. Wandering hearts, lust, loss, darkness, and the light within. I saw the captivating flame of the unknown that I wished to embrace.
Tonight, I’m seeking “found” as I am think of adventure – from six years ago to today. Alaska is fresh in my memory and I can taste the next trip on the tip of my tongue…