For Your Eyes Only

Stop posting every thing you see

Ironic of me to use this pretty cool photo by Rhys Rainbow-McCormack on Unsplash

I have spent years over the road and have seen some of the most awe inspiring sights streaking across the skies. Sunrises and sunsets are my favorite views.

The colors and brilliant backlighting against the clouds create a scene of serenity and peace. It’s as though the universe is saying “good morning, here is a happy way to start your day”. How kind.

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Project Manager, blogger, writer. I write about the struggles of adult life and how to grow as a person. I welcome all open discussions.

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