by Kathy Ruff
It’s been a long winter in northeastern Pennsylvania. This picture of 7-foot icicles hanging off a second-floor deck two doors away displays that reality so well.
Yet those long icicles also speak to the coming of spring. After all, they grow as the snow on the roof melts and refreezes…at least that’s my understanding.
Isn’t it strange how sometimes we hold a simple vision of what the physical eye sees but fail to see what lies beneath the surface?
I think that way about many things — people, behaviors, thoughts. Many things are not what they appear or even what we think we see.
What do you see that’s different than the normal eye sees?