Tis the season for signs.
Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign. A virgin. A star in the east.
Not always easy to read, to believe, to follow. Even when they are right in front of you.
Amy Flammang submitted this photo saying that she thought it was a hair salon when she first saw it. Me too, it’s not.
Do you see it? Try not to scroll down before taking a moment to let “the boys in the basement” (aka your subconscious) work on it for a bit.
Something is going on here. I hope you got it (I didn’t).
“Tressed is dessert spelled backwards. No one caught that the letters were put up backwards, including us at first!” Thank you Amy F. for putting me out of my misery.
And suddenly it was. so. obvious.
Forever Dessert. One small change, changes everything, bringing the desirable out of the nonsensical.
I am not so naive as to claim that desserts are going to come out of a situation if we just see it differently. But as those who have been sent from the Garden of Eden with the whispered promise it won’t always be this way, more often than not, hope is hidden right in front of us.
Tis the season for signs. Signs that remind it it will not always be this way and that which we think is a haircut can be so much more.
Q4U: Did you need Amy F. to put you out of your misery? Where have you seen hope this season?