Tuesday, January 20

flight

I know I should have written something about the inauguration of Obama, but I pass. There is too much chatter out there anyway. Instead I apprehensively watch this new turn in the road, watching that this "something" might arise, or at least get a feel and sense, a hint of a new aera to come - and then time will tell what kind of promises can be kept, more so than just the hollow words, or shadows of broken dreams.

8 comments:

Aggie said...

I'm glad New Yorkers got a little miracle after this crash. They sure didn't need another tragedy.
Fingers crossed for all of you with your new Pressie ... I hope he can achieve a few miracles for you all as well.

Zee said...

Thanks Aggie, not only the US, but all of us will need some miracles in these trying times!

Seraphine said...

that nobody died in the crashed plane is clearly a miracle.
we are all one step from arbitrary death at any time.
if that pilot can do that, surely anything is possible. i have a lot of hope in obama, but really, i'll be happy if he is able to put america back in the right direction: towards human and individual rights, equal opportunity, protection under the law, freedom and the inalienable right to be happy.

lindsaylobe said...

Eloquent words Zee - time to fly in a different direction this year....... towards a few more sunsets !!

Best wishes

Zee said...

Good thoughts Lindsay, kind words Sera....

susan said...

We shall all do what we can and hope the control console is in trustworthy hands.

Seraphine said...

hi zee. they're photos i took in costa rica. they aren't arbitrary. they just didn't need extra commentary.

Zee said...

...but I always love to comment Sera!
But I get it, those pictures were for real. Freaky, if you think about it...