During the last couple of days, this song has come up on my iPhone, through Spotify, THREE times. Okay, I can take a hint.
(YouTube video found here of Crosby, Stills, and Nash performing “Woodstock” at the 25th Anniversary of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame concert at NYC’s Madison Square Garden.)
As I’ve often blogged/posted/written/said, when we are mindful of one thing, we can see it everywhere. In this case, when I knew, yesterday, I was going to blog, post, or write about one phrase from that song …
we’ve got to get ourselves back to the garden
… I started seeing gardens everywhere.
For now, though, I’ll just tell you this: those last few photos were taken in Arlington, Massachusetts, USA last night, where we encountered some unexpected fireworks.
I love unexpected fireworks.
Here’s something else I love. This line from Woodstock:
Life is for learning.
Okay! I’ve gotta stop blogging, posting, writing, whatever, and go out and enjoy the gardens I can find, on this beautiful Saturday.
As usual, once I say “I’m leaving,” I think of something else I want to say. In the therapy biz, we call this “the doorknob statement.” Here’s a doorknob video, for you all:
(YouTube video of Joni Mitchell performing her composition “Woodstock” found here.)
Thanks to Crosby, Still, Nash (and Young, also), to Joni Mitchell, to all the gardens and gardeners I saw yesterday, and to you — of course! — for bringing your stardust here, today.