|It was actually line with trashcans today. |
But my dogs were so excited to go around the circle. Checking everything out, taking in everything for the first time. Then we went around that same, ordinary circle, six more times.
But the funny thing is, my dogs were just as excited to go around the circle each additional time - as if each was the first time.
|Noticing something new to see each trip around.|
I began to think, how many times have I treated each day, or even a moment of the day, like a second trip around the "ordinary" circle. Thinking I was doing the same thing or routine, and just going around and around, and not really looking at it as anything special.
So today, my eyes are open, and I am going to act more like my dogs. I'm not going to start peeing on everything and chasing chipmunks BUT, I am going to go around EACH round of that ordinary circle as if it were the first time.
|Recognizing that each trip around the circle is an opportunity to see something special.|
Is there a butterfly to see, or a flower I didn't notice before, or a friend to wave at or talk to as I am walking around that "ordinary" circle?
Although I love my dogs, it would not be fair to give them all the credit for my eyes being wide open this morning. Actually, this is my "first" day after My Walk To Emmaus. And to continue in tradition of our gifted table of Ruth, I can summarize the experience in one word, "WOW".
I dedicate this post to all the Sisters that were there at the Georgia Foothills walk to Emmaus #26, as we now are walking with, not only our eyes, but our hearts wide open.
Psalm 104: 1-3
he rides on the wings of the wind;