Looking up can be quite rewarding. While on our daily walks, I am usually the one to look at the trees, the houses, the birds, and whatever else we pass. Grayden is one to look up. A bald eagle caught his glimpse the other day and we both had to stop and gaze at the wonder of his beauty. I have no photos to share of him, but he certainly thrilled the two of us. We both thought his mate was riding the thermals way above him. Of course we were just surmising that! We live between the Rappahannock and Potomac rivers and often see eagles flying between them.
When we were at the beach we love watching the birds that live nearby. The pelicans are some of the best flight birds ever! Their formations are the envy of pilots. As lovely as their flights are when they are on land they are quite awkward.
Looking up to the clouds rain appears on the horizon.
"Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky."
It's hard to believe the last week of April is upon us. I hope you will look up dear reader friends.