Hi, everyone, I’m listening to the very start of sleet tapping on the windows on this dark, cold afternoon, the last of 2020. I took this picture last week watching for the Jupiter Saturn conjunction, on December 21, the longest night of the year. In the longest year that I recall.
I did see their glow later, but this picture is right for tonight, a reminder of the moments of beauty that still happened in these long, hard months. I’ve learned things I didn’t expect to this year, about solitude and missing people, and how not to be upside down on Zoom, This morning I drank coffee and watched a World Meditation service, also on Zoom, set around Hope for the coming year. Be safe and I wish you Hope for the New Year, too.