âI shared something on Instagram today I wanted to be sure to share here as well--
You know when you are at the top of the day? I mean âtopâ as in pinnacle, you got there, you are flying high, things are going your way. Then out of nowhere, the clouds open up, rain is falling, and you are sliding down the other side of the mountain.
Whether it is something as simple as being on time for an appointment then suddenly being behind a tractor on a one-lane road en route, or if it is major...I'm not even going to go into the potential examples, I'm sure just thinking about them brings up enough anxiety!
But what is so needed to remember in those times, the ârainingâ times, is that the sun will indeed be back out.
Sometimes we can push through the rain-- itâs just a little bit, itâs not too strong, and we can keep pushing until the sun arrives. Other times we need to find somewhere to wait a bit, observe but get out of the downfall...take a dose of self care rather than pushing and just getting soaked so to speak... then as it gets lighter or clears completely, we continue on.
Whatâs that song Alexa seems to get onto every playlist recently? âSunshine after the rainâ¦â
Or as my fav gal Annie says, âThe sunâll come out tomorrow.â
These songs never say, âwell hereâs the rain, it is here to stay, it is never leaving, the end.â
And they are onto something, arenât they?
Even when the rail is full-out hurricane, eventually, somehow some way, the sun will shine again. It may not be bright blue skies all day everyday, but it will be there peeking through somewhereâ¦
Hereâs to finding the sun behind the clouds,