Getting out of my head

When my head is spinning and swimming and all over the place with anxiety and what ifs and stressors, I pick up my camera. This morning I needed to put a damper on all the thoughts and refocus and rebalance and regroup and get rid of the negative. Out of all of the things in my yard it was the cucumber plant that got me. I focused on how the sunshine hit the leaves. The shadows it left. The textures and the feel and the smell of the plant. I got so immersed in the plant that nothing else existed. When I left the plant the things that were super big in my mind went down a notch. Success!

11 thoughts on “Getting out of my head

  1. Bethany this is so so true. Nature takes us into the present moment. I do not know where I would be without my walks in nature right now. I am sorry too that the email you sent to me with the photos a while back didn’t come through for some reason. Much love to you. Deborah

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      1. I have the right email saved. But I can’t remember which photos!!! I sent a few just to see if they make it. I wonder if the images were too big? Hmm. Let me know if these make it

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