On the road.

Imagino la vida como una carretera larga de la que nunca ves el fin. A veces recorres esa carretera a pie y parece que no avanzas, pero otras veces vas subida en un coche y cuando te das cuenta, han pasado horas, días, semanas, meses y años que no sabes donde han ido a parar. Hay días en los que brilla el sol y otros con el cielo muy nublado. Fundamentalmente, haces ese camino sola, las compañías van y vienen, pero rara vez están siempre a tu lado.

Mi carretera hoy en día tiene un cielo que está nublado. Hay algo de luz al fondo, y se ve un atisbo de cielo azul, pero las nubes blancas y grises lo cubren casi todo. Espero que no llegue a llover del todo, el camino que tengo delante sería mucho más difícil así.

I imagine life like a long road, like the ones with no end on the horizon. Sometimes, you walk along the way, and sometimes you ride a car so fast that time flies and you don’t even notice hours, days, weeks, months and years passing by. There are sunny days, and days with very cloudy skies. Mainly, you walk alone; company comes and goes, but rarely stays at your side.

My road today has a cloudy sky. There’s a light in the end, with a bit of a bright blue sky, but white and grey clouds cover its majority. I hope it doesn’t rain at all, the path I have in front of me would be a lot more difficult in that case.

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One comment

  1. Rain can be miserable, but never forget some of the brightest and clearest days happen after it rains. All of the muck and pollution has been washed from the air, and suddenly everything is crystal clear.
    That is probably a little trite, but I hope you get what I mean.
    I also hope it doesn’t rain on you. Sunny days are always better :)

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