The thing about water is that it can saturate or sprinkle. Last year, the focus was pouring water on everything that kindled unproductive resistance for my being. Some days the pour was heavy and I instinctively put up the umbrella. Other days I embraced the dew from the mist or soak. Nothing about it was easy.
The world will tell you that watering is simple and you should have an automatic watering system. The part they omitted is that watering is a meticulous process that requires your attention and care to preserve and promote life. Yielding optimal results takes patience, nurturing, and understanding of seasonal water flow to perform the appropriate adjustments that will make the most difference for the gardener and harvest. In other words, you can’t rinse, run, and hope that something grows!
Through the big and small showers, I was reminded that to stand the rain is to summon the rainbow. And for Chapter 36, that means my renewal of mind, body, and spirit changes everything. Shall we bloom?