Now Is The Time
to be one of those discombobulated days for me. I am either moving too
fast, or too slow in relation to the events that I choose to become
It may be
that I am just not seeing the ‘big plan’ while actively being part of
it. If events had not appeared to be out of sync, I would not have
thought of the word, “discombobulated”.
could explain why people were not where I expected them to be when I
was there at the spot where they were expected. I became confused,
befuddled as it were, and my mind reached into its vocabulary vault and
withdrew the word, “discombobulated”, so that I might use it as a theme
on today’s blog.
I’m not sure
if anyone still uses the word discombobulated today. I haven’t used it
in years, but I recall my mother using it occasionally. She also used
the word copacetic, (which I think is making a comeback these days). If
things weren’t copacetic, one might throw a conniption fit.
At any rate,
or at least the rate I’m going, I wish to direct your attention to the
Western skies on Sunday evening around six o’clock, so that you will not
miss the big exciting annular eclipse of the sun.
of course presuming that you are going to be in the ‘path of
spectacular viewing’ for this celestial event. For more information on
the solar eclipse and where it’s best seen from, I would like to
Today’s Informative Video;