Heading your way is trouble. It always is. If you are going through a good patch now, a bad patch is coming your way. But … if you are going through a bad patch, a good patch is coming your way. No matter if it is good or bad, you must keep going forward or you will be swallowed by everything, and good as well as bad will rest upon you, making it hell on earth as you try to wade through everything trying to move again. If you keep moving, you get into a pattern, a synchronicity that only slows you down slightly. You know there is always bad coming, as you can’t appreciate the good without it. The same as you know good is always coming. It just takes a little longer sometimes. The reason for this is that we fret in the dark, bad times. We worry. But always remember that in the dark, you have friends. In the light, be a friend to someone who is in darkness. Be their shining light, their helping hand, their light at the end of the tunnel. Above all else, keep … moving … forward.
Over the last couple of weeks and before, I have been taking photos of the surrounding area. I bet you would never have guessed that, would you? Anyway, last week, I took a few that caught my eye and thought I would save them for a day when I needed something to post but didn’t have a lot of time. So these are a few. The first two are a fountain that I love to play with the shutter speed on my camera with, and then there are the pigeons drinks from beside it. A cute butterfly, and three of a bee that is the oddest looking bee I have seen. And as I haven’t posted a photo of a seagull for a while, I thought It was time I changed that.
On Saturday, there was a Regatta on the seafront. I did not go as I was not in a comfortable place, so I kept looking out the door to see what was going on. Then later on, a little after 5pm, I heard what sounded a moped breaking wind, and then I heard it again, and again. So I looked out the window and there were planes doing an air display right in front of my balcony. So I grabbed my camera and went outside.