Have you ever looked at a cloud, looked away, and then done a double take when you realize the cloud looks kind of like a unicorn? Or a dragon? And once you have this realization you spend the next five minutes trying to get your friends and family to see it, to see what you’re seeing? It’s important because what was nothing more than a cloud mere moments ago is now something much more, and you want to share this magic with someone else.
You know what I mean?
Maybe the importance of the cloud revelation is a little exaggerated, but that’s what I want this blog to be about. I want to provide new perspectives, help people see things in a new way, a way that they will want to share with other people. I want to open eyes to the shapes in the clouds, with the bonus being that, unlike clouds, my words won’t fade, they will be here for anyone to see.
If you are reading this I am both stunned and honored. I would like to thank you for your time, as it is a commodity none of us seem to have very much left of anymore.
I hope you see shapes in the clouds.