|I caught a fish THIS BIG!|
Something fishy is going on...in a good way! On Wednesday afternoon, at the St. Augustine Inlet standing by the waters' edge near the Great Cross, Elliot and I did a double take!
I kid you not! A Great Cormorant popped up out of the water! He had caught a large silvery fish in his beak. In amazement, we watched him swallow it whole and then dive down again. The timing was uncanny as this was the second time we had ever seen a cormorant catch a fish. The first had been earlier this week. (See Feb. 4, 2020 Cormorant blog for symbolism.)
Something was up.
A recurring angel message was emerging to make sure we got it!
Such joy rushed through us.. More is going on than meets the eye. You must be willing to go deeper within and then surface to share your creative endeavors.
The fish must have been plenty because what happened next was even more surprising! Suddenly the smooth waters swelled from a submerged stirring. Up came a bottle nose dolphin near where we stood. Rarely do we see the dolphin in the Inlet. My heart leaped again at the timing as I found myself clapping and cheering.
Later, I looked down by my feet and picked up this trash rapper.
"We all live downstream." I laughed, at the synchronicity. Water is the theme of the day. Not sure what it meant, I learned that whatever happens upstream flows downstream and effects the whole.
Love and joyful blessings,