Time to . . .
(On Monday mornings, I share a few things I found over the weekend.)
"Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine."
--- Anthony J. D'Angelo
(That's a real blue glow . . . coming from sunshine - actual sunshine - shining through my stained glass window yesterday.)
This week, I have another timely, science-y word from Tom:
It's one of those words that just . . . make sense. But I still don't like to think about it.
Have you ever wondered . . . how deep the ocean really is? Click here for the answer! This fun, interactive graphic will take you to the very bottom of the ocean, showing you what you'll see at every level all the way down. It takes a while to get there . . . but it's totally worth the trip!
Speaking of "bringing your own sunshine" . . . lately, I've been kinda cranky -- and I'm pretty sure it's not just the State Of The World. I think it's because we only had a few hours of sunshine during the entire month of January. And when it's dark and gloomy day after day (after day), it starts to wear on you! If that happens to you, too, you might be interested in this simple meditation/visualization exercise I found -- a way to keep the sun inside you. Even when the sun is nowhere to be seen.
That's it for this Monday morning.
Have a great week!
(And don't forget to join us tomorrow for the first of our Read With Us book discussions on our current book, Fever. Carole will be hosting this week's discussion. Please stop by. The best part about a book group is hearing everyone's thoughts about the book.)