Thursday, August 7, 2014


cloud-gaze verb \ˈklad\ \ˈgāz\  : to gaze at clouds : a visionary action of the imagination : to fix the eyes in a steady intent look often with eagerness or studious attention 

I've done a lot of cloud-gazing this summer. Within these clouds I've seen a squirrel, a fish, a cat, a guitar and more but mostly big fluffy cotton balls. You know, cumulus clouds. I challenge you to go lay on your back and look up. You don't need any fancy equipment, just an imagination and a pillow if you plan on laying there for awhile.