Yesterday turned out to be an absolutely gorgeous day with temperatures in the 70s and lots of sunshine! 🙂 As soon as I was off from work, my daughter and I ventured to the neighborhood park for a dose of well needed Vitamin D and some exercise for us and our dogs.
There is no doubt about it. Sunshine makes me happy. I’ve always been a sunshine girl. I love the warmth of the sun against my skin. I love nothing more than seeing the rays of sunshine as they cascade down from the clouds. It’s always been so majestic to me. It’s as if I can feel God’s presence. 🙂
I want to be just that! A ray of sunshine. Figuratively speaking. Someone that brings happiness to others.
Physically speaking, a day without sunshine often ushers in a case of seasonal affective disorder or SAD as it’s also known. Many, especially women, suffer from this mild sort of depression during the seasonal winter months when sunshine is not abundant.
Take me to the beach baby! Doctor’s orders, I swear! And I’ll be fine! 🙂
In all seriousness, I do love sunshine. I’ve always been happier with a tan. 🙂 I’m more productive when there is daylight. Maybe that’s because I’m a child of God. Light is important. It’s important to God. He mentions the word 272 times in the King James Version of the bible. A ray of sunshine is light.
Light is good. Darkness is evil.
Let’s all live in the light. Let’s not hide our deeds in the dark. Let’s all empower our lives to show the light to others. Let’s all be rays of sunshine!
While you have the light, believe in the light so that you will become people whose lives show the light.
Love and laughter,