Jun 1, 2020

The Last Week of May 2020

The last week of May of 2020 in the United States will go down in the history books for all the good and the bad that results from man's actions and inactions. 

Every aspect of humanity possible in the good and the bad of mankind was on display across America this week. Every aspect of leadership was on display, poignant and stark. More apparent, the void of leadership in this country was and continues to be on display; a giant, alarming void. 

I'm still trying to process all that has happened and continues to happen. 

Sometimes sitting in silence helps. I appreciate silence and the stillness it provides.  

Today I focused on all the clouds in the sky while walking, taking in the beauty that surrounds all of us ongoing; I love the art in cloudy skies. 

Sometimes focusing on gratitude for all the blessings I have in my life helps abate all the ongoing upheaval that is making headlines each and everyday all across the United States and the world. 

And sometimes I watch rocket launches in great detail. I have to admit, I'm a  fan of rocket launches like we had this past week with Space X and NASA. I was thrilled that all went well for that launch on Saturday getting the two U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station. 

Below are a sampling of images from this past week, good and bad. 


Mike Lukovich, Atlanta Journal Constitution 

Bill Day 

Astronauts onboard the International Space Station