I was driving home from the cube-farm yesterday
and just over the horizon there was a dark, somewhat menacing, thunderhead building.
For a split-second I thought to myself, "Oh, I'd better check around the boat and see if anything needs to be tied down or tended-to before that hits." A second later I came back to reality and grasped that, no, I am in my car driving and it doesn't matter a hill of beans whether a thunderstorm comes through or not.
I realized at that moment that I really ENJOY being forced to change my routine or perform tasks just based on changes in the weather. There was that brief "twinge" in my gut when I first saw that cloud that made me pause, think a bit, possibly having to change my plans --- and I felt "in sync" with my surroundings. This is one of the many things I really love about boating when I am out on the water.
Anyone else experience the "twinge"?