I Can’t See

I have shared a number of posts extolling the love and support received from family and friends.  It is a blessing to have such an amazing group who cares for me.  However, my greatest source of strength and true foundation is at home.  My wife is not one for the spotlight and there have only been restrained mentions of her in the writing shared here.  But with this post, I exceed the recommended maximum wattage and let the spotlight shine.

We were out for a walk one Sunday evening late last summer.  No one else was around as we strolled along the trail, making it feel as if the park belonged only to us.  The sky was a cloudless crystal clear blue so brilliant it looked artificial.  All the vibrant colors of nature sizzled brightly under that sapphire canopy as if my vision had an augmented ability.  The focus of this heightened clarity turned toward my wife and an intense recognition of how fortunate I am to have her washed over me.

There was no magic raining down from the blue of the sky that evening.  The magic came from the person at my side.  Care to guess her eye color?


Blue Eyes Poem

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