Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Like a river, time flows over our rocky exteriors, forging an imperceptible constant of change as the seasons pass one by one. Every so often we pause to take stock of those changes, celebrate the good, learn from the bad and marvel at the speed with which the cascade has passed.
Thirty one years ago today, a couple of kids with heads full of dreams joined each other to tackle the rapids together. I'm happy to say those two are still together, ready to face what awaits on our 32nd trip around the sun.
And we're still dreaming.
Happy anniversary, dear.
Photo: Greeter Falls, near Altamont, Tennessee on the Cumberland Plateau. Photograph © 2009 James Jordan.