This one is small, timid, and pales in comparison to the raging cane fire I saw this morning. It got me nervous as soon as I saw the two areas of red. Driving towards fire is indeed unnerving. I once had the attitude, it is just a cane fire, drive on. Then there was that day when the cane fire got out of control, jumped the road, the sides of the road were on fire, and myself, and other cars, found ourselves in a thick blanket of smoke with zero visibility. Yep, I am more cautious these days.
I would have tried to take a picture but my phone doesn't do the cane fires justice so it wasn't even worth pulling over to try. Plus, there was a cop driving behind me and I really felt if I pulled over, he would do the same to see what was wrong with me. I didn't want to try to explain I wanted to take a picture for my blog and him laugh at me since he would know too that the picture doesn't do the fire justice. None of this may have happened but it distracted my mind from the nervous driving and for that, I am thankful.
And here is just a bit of black snow to make things more interesting. Ash....it is messy. And nope, this picture doesn't do the messy ash justice either.
Daily Gratitude: I am thankful for the running I was blessed with this month.
Daily Affirmation: I have the power to do wonderful things each and every day!