Presently I Am Contemplating the Sky

Presently (from Wiktionary)- At the present time; now; currently.

If I wrote this last Sunday, I’d say: 

Presently, I am on the deck, sitting in the sun.  It’s warm on this March day, unseasonably so, and I’m enjoying just sitting here, looking up at the sky, my mind blank and just enjoying the sun, the gentle breeze, and the blue sky.  The clouds come and go, and I just watch them without the need to think, pray, or worry about anything.  My mind is just a blank and I’m just here, in the present time, enjoying the current moment and nothing more.

And here’s one of the things I was watching grow that day and yep, it’s twice the height of a two story house (with an attic):

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I am a backyard adventurer, philosopher and observer, recording my life in journals and photographs. Visit my blog at

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