|In the Train Compartment, Paul-Gustave Fischer|
Oil on panel, c. 1900
No? You don't remember? Well, neither do I, but I definitely remember when traveling was more fun and exciting than it is today.
I leave this morning for the eastern seaboard to visit the Graceful One, and I love going places. I just don't love the process so much any more.
Lao Tzu would consider me a bad traveler these days, because I am nothing if not intent on arriving...today. Yesterday, if possible.
I know what may happen. Security, delays, snow, sleeping air traffic controllers (yikes!)...but I'm intent on arriving, so I'll be patient. I hope.
Today, I wish for you a day of smooth sailing.
Music today is from Edvard Grieg and his "Morning Mood" from Peer Gynt. I love it because it's full of the majestic patience of the dawning sun. Just what I need today. Enjoy.