Ode to the tree that stands high on the hill holding the moon in its branches. Ode to the clouds that float right by the tree holding the moon in the sky. Ode to the setting sun that sets in the west holding a bit of sunlight for the moon.
Layers of darkness Life moves slowly around us Sharing the sun’s light
As the storm clouds began to roll over the low range mountains, we could hear the silence and the smell of moss and fresh cut grass filled our nostrils and our minds, reminding us that this green comes when the clouds roll in.
Clouds roll on the land Covering the ground with life Fear was never here.
They told me this would be an okay spot, but now I’m not so sure. I mean it is a long walk to the actual dancing area. What if the day was hazy like it is now? How would my pictures come out? There are so many questions about this, and I want to get everything right for my big day.
Bethany told me that the hazy weather was better for pictures. But I wanted sun on my day!
Marcy told me people will walk the extra few feet to be able to celebrate my wedding with me in such a beautiful space. I didn’t want people too tired from walking to not want to dance!
David told me to book whatever place I liked best.
Suddenly, I was realizing this wasn’t going to be as easy as I thought. There was a lot of thought that had to go into the planning, and I wasn’t sure I could go it alone. Time to call Darcy. She’s always given me the best advice!
And though we walk miles to find peace in a world where stability teeters on the edge, we follow a path led by those we believe in as we have faith that they will know which way is the optimal way to go. And when we walk miles we may find peace in a world filled with instability where our character is worth more than possessions we own.