This picture was taken from my home state explorations and adventures. It was out in the middle of nowhere, in Nevada. It is the second water tower I found with the same phrase on it and I always wanted to stop. I finally had the chance to do so and found it so fitting. It literally felt like I was nowhere, and had I truly got myself lost, I’d be darn lucky if a car came by this remote area. No phone service, just straight stretching highways as far as the eye can see until the road finally vanished on the horizon.
To me there various ways of getting lost and getting lost doesn’t always have to be a bad thing. I think it’s actually beneficial at times unless you find yourself lost in a scene like this. It can be a means to escape the mundane, a rut, routine, and the everyday task driven life. I’d even say that sometimes you have to get lost in order to find yourself.
PS. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the prayers, light and love. The surgery went as expected and without complications. Uncle is resting, and the road to healing and recovery has started. You are the best and my heart is full with gratitude. 🙏🏼💙