Yesterday was a cool and rainy day here in my corner of the world. I was running from one thing to another, and generally grumbly about having to get a cavity filled at the dentist. I was feeling . . . put out. Wishing I could work in my garden. Really not wanting to go to the dentist. Overwhelmed by the news (as usual). And angst-ing about this and that (as one does).
And, sitting in my car in the garage, I noticed this out the window . . .
There was a giant spider web hanging between one of my hydrangeas and my viburnum . . . just outside the garage window. I got out of the car and into the garden to look closer. My photo just doesn't do it justice because the background was simply "too busy." You'll just have to imagine a delicate spider web about 2 feet across . . . covered in water droplets. It was magnificent!
I still had to get back in the car to go my dentist appointment.
There was still the news-overwhelm.
And I remained vexed about a few other (very minor in the grand scheme of things) issues.
But . . . magic!
It was a perfect, gentle reminder for me . . . to pay attention. To look for the good and the beautiful.
Because it's there.
Have a great weekend, everyone.