Sky

I was biking home from work today when I happened to take a glance upwards.

I saw for a brief moment one of the most spectacular skies I have ever seen. One of those displays that fills you with wonder. Different types of clouds, layered into fantastic shapes, with the sunset causing a blast of light out of one corner of the sky.

Just a few moments later my position had changed enough and the clouds had moved so that it was still beautiful but not the sky that I had seen for that one perfect moment.

This was today’s gift.

Drew Badgley is a student at the University of Toronto Scarborough, studying International Development Studies, currently on Co-op placement in Guyana.

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