I wish I had a photo that did the view justice from last evening. I had one of those, “I just can’t believe I live here,” moments.
We arrived at the beach at sunset and waded into the water for a swim. As we walked slowly out to sea, the view to the right looked like a giant canvas God had painted, using sweeping strokes of pink and gold, gray and white in the sky, and metallic gold for the surface of the water. As we stepped further out into the quiet evening, the calm golden wavelets welcomed us and caressed us, as with a gentle “hello,” of a caring friend, rather than energetic screams of a young child. We all felt at peace with our lives as we slowly watched the world change color, the stars come out, the deep green palms in the distance fade to black.
As we walked out into the shallow water, Sonja said, “It feels like we’re walking out to heaven.” We laughed about it, but her words did resonate with me. Softly walking out to the end of the world…and completely at peace with the decisions we had made along the way. Yes.