no longer pennies), spotless calendars and reinvigorated resolutions is as buoyant as a new pair of shoes destined to flatten with wear.
Even if hardships and disappointments from 2014 have not faded, hope is often at its peak when life grants us a fresh calendar year. That is when we are more likely to see the world anew as if through the eyes of a child. The picture (above) shows a slushy day brightly conveyed by 15-year-old artist Kyra. Her painting was in a calendar given to me after paying our yearly car insurance fee at the Automobile Association (BCAA). Each month shows a different child’s drawing making it one of the year’s most charming calendars in my view.
The crows were oblivious to human joy and suffering or the need for footwear.
Each species perceives the world differently, which makes existence deeply fascinating and a tangled mystery seemingly impossible to unravel.
In the evening, I went for another walk to find 2014 coming to a close beautifully and peacefully at Kwomais Point Park.
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