Just a short story. I got away to the beach for a few hours. I needed it more than I knew. The water here is still cool but after a few minutes, it felt heavenly. The ocean can heal much.
I had days of signs to go slow and then a small yet significant health issue/clearing that arose. I have been going slow. And just about each day a sign to continue to, go slow.
So after I picked a spot on the beach and settled in, it wasn’t twenty minutes and I watched an ATV come down the shoreline. A lifeguard. He hopped off with a flag and walked close yet paused. He was about to set up a caution flag/swim advisory for rip currents. He then seemed to get a call on his radio (from Heaven??). He was being told the exact spot to place the flag. So he made several more steps until he was right in front of me and then placed the flag in the sand.
I’ve seen this happen before. Usually a flag is placed every so many feet for a stretch of beach to warn beach goers to use caution, to not go in too deep. The lifeguard then warned families that just this spot had a warning (yet he seemed to have a hard time defining it) – yes, a bit unusual. This was now just for my sheer amusement and I was trying not to laugh at loud. No other flags were placed and I watched him drive away on his ATV. I was waiting for him to post other flags – nope. Miles of shoreline and this one flag right in front of me, flapping in the wind, well, it was hard to ignore the sign and symbolism. Hmm… Stay close to shore. I was glad it wasn’t a red flag/no swim/danger 🙂
So I’ll keep you posted. Right now I get the sense it’s so easy. Just be. Smile and keep your heart open. Everything is awesome. Keep it simple. Thank you for reading. Have a beautiful day and big love to you. ❤