Blue Skies

While brief on lyrics Blue Skies by the Allman Brothers is a favorite song on my playlist. A little over a year ago a friend’s Dad passed far too soon. Rex’s father favorite song was Blue Skies and accompanied a slide show depicting a lifetime of loving blue skies.

Walkin by a river that isn’t worrying about where it’s going. Worry consumes precious time while producing nothing productive. As a little guy I decided I would never worry. The decision has been fruitful considering the route this journey has taken. Life happens and with a debilitating disease it seems to exponentially transpire. If I worried even a little about what if I would not have time to address what is. I have endured enough challenges for a couple go arounds and I’m certainly not extending ainvitation, but overcing obstacles s created many life wor living experiences.

You’re my blue sky … you’re my sunny day. Lord, you know it makes me high when you turn your love my way. Sharing our days with someone dear makes it all worthwhile. Betrayal callouses the heart. False friends, uninformed critics and small minded people that choose to judge reinforce protective walls. When my wife at the time fought me about going on the ventilator the night before surgery and informed me I was selfish doing so locked my heart away for years.

Our time is much too brief to waste it obsessing over what may be or closing ourselves off to others’ affection. Find your blue sky and enjoy your sunny day! Thanks so much for your time. Have a great day! dj

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6 comments on “Blue Skies
  1. careysue says:

    Love the song, love the post…I will find my "Blue sky" today! Thank you!

  2. I love reading your blog! It makes my heart smile and my soul sing! The African phrase "Hakuna matata" – Swahili for "no worries" – was made famous by The Lion King but it is indeed a philosophy of life that belief and faith in Jesus Christ not only dictates but makes very real and very possible!!! I love you, my friend!

  3. Cathy Curths says:

    Love reading your blog, thank you.

  4. David Jayne says:

    Thanks so much for the feedback. It is strange putting stuff out there. It didn't publish correcty this morning — I have endured enough challenges for a couple go arounds and I’m certainly not extending ainvitation, but overcing obstacles s created many life wor living experiences. Thanks again!

  5. David Jayne says:

    The word processor is possessed I have endured enough challenges for a couple go arounds and I’m certainly not extending an invitation, but overcoming obstacles has created many life worth living experiences.

  6. Candace says:

    "Find your blue sky and enjoy your sunny day." This post brings out many feelings, and I think that I've found a new borrowed motto to try to live by.

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