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The Fog

It is when the fog rolls in it makes everything in front of you thick and unclear in your mind. You struggle to find the answers but are forced to slow down from its damp bleakness. You  peer out across the landscape to watch the fog take  its shape, and engulf the land with its heavy grey.

The fog rolls through leaving a subtle lesson in its path – reminding us it is never wise to move blindly in the thick of its bleakness. We need to slow down and think out our next move as we sip on a warm cup of tea.

It’s when the fog rolls out you look across the coastline and your eyes readjust to the small wonderous beauties that lay before you. It is at that moment  the fog begins to lift making the day just a little more focused and  brighter for you.

Is there a weather pattern that you love to watch? What does it mean to you?

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Darcie

Darcie Cameron is a RYT 200 who believes Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone with proper modifications, a patient smile and just taking the time to breathe. One of the greatest presents you will ever unwrap is when you connect your mind, body and spirit in perfect sync with your own breath. Connect with Darcie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/darciecameronlovesyoga

26 replies

  1. Thunder claps scare me:/ but i like watching the trees lose all their leaves and then getting all green and beautiful again. To me that means mother nature is telling us to never give up because things always get better:)

  2. I love all kinds of weather, so long as the cold variety does not linger. For watching, I love love love the approach of a thunderstorm, at once ominous and wondrous.

  3. I love to sit on my front porch and watch the leaves turn upside down and blow in the wind as a thunderstorm rolls in. I can’t pinpoint why I like it, but it is one of the things I enjoy doing in the summer.

  4. Fog is a favorite. When I lived in Berkeley, I’d go up to the top of the hills and watch it come in through the Bridge – over, under, all around. Sometimes it would cover the entire city, and sometimes it would flow through in strands.

    I love rain, too. We had a half inch the other night – it’s been so long since it rained, I opened all the windows even though it was cold, just to listen to it.

  5. Clouds fascinate me; clouds of all kinds and conditions – the dark, roiling storm clouds streaked with lightning, the solid red of a cloud bank under a dying sun, the fluffy white cotton puffs that float across a deep blue sky. The variety and colors are endless.

    The only clouds I don’t like are those that want to rain when I am at the beach and want to have fun in the water

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  6. Thunderstorms are very beautiful. During the storm the rain is coming down hard, the wind is blowing fiercely. The thundering is loud and coming from all directions. Even though you know the thunder is coming, sometimes it still frightens you. The wind is blowing all unwanted objects away, leaving those that were meant to stay.

    When its all said and done, and the storm passes. The sun seems so much brighter than before the storm.

  7. I also love rain, and I love to be at one of our glorious lakes to see a storm roll in. It’s amazing! One of my best sensory memories is from my childhood. We lived at my grandmother’s house, and she had a tin roof. I loved to listen to the rain while laying in bed!

    1. It’s funny I was at little cabin last summer and huge storm blew in…It was a neat little sand to hear all the tapping! The power was out so I was praying it wasn’t the mice running through the cabin 😉

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