Yesterday, when I was catching a glance of millions of things, I noticed this sign:
It was not a summer’s day, but I’m always looking to catch a glance of snowy egrets, as you shall see at a glance.
I also caught a glance of this t-shirt but not the glance of the owner.
That t-shirt says “Lonely Forever Club,” which caused me to catch a glance of other people on their own, at least for the moment.
While I was taking those photos alone, I caught a glance of an inadvertent change of filter, which I changed back.
Sometimes I feel like a visitor and sometimes I feel like I belong. The difference often depends on how I’m filtering what I’m glancing.
Visitors may catch a glance of ellipses, memorials, flowering trees, numbers, waves, stones, pets, weirdness, whimsey, money, health, kindness, a kite, a robot, resting places, the past, sweets, gardens, groups, a pug imitating Napoleon, connections, and different perspectives.
Did you catch that glance of Oscar almost making a break for it, last night? Here’s another glance of that.
I’m curious what my visitors are catching a glance of, here and now.
Today I’m going to catch a glance of a fund-raiser for group psychotherapy, spanakopita (which Michael is making for the fund-raiser), and the ending of Game of Thrones (even though I’ve just recently started catching glances of that series).
Here‘s what comes up on YouTube for “Game of Thrones at a glance.”
Now I’m ready to catch all the glances of this new day. And I look forward to catching a glance of comments, below.
Finally, here’s a glance of gratitude for all, including YOU.