My friend Rae once told me that when you see water in a movie, such as rain, a stream, a pond, etc., it was a sign that a transition was taking place. Because she was a cinema studies minor, I believe her.
I am in a transitional phase of life. Leaving the college lifestyle and entering the “real world” has to be the biggest transition I’ve been through since I arrived home from England in December 2008.
This rain is a good sign, or I am taking it as so at least. It’s the world’s way of telling me, “Yes, Marcia, you are on your way to new and bigger things.”
I’m sure once I have finished this transition, the sun will shine through the clouds, make it past the tree leaves and grace me with its warm embrace.
So until then, I will be singing, “The sun’ll come out, Tomorrow, Bet your bottom dollar, That tomorrow, There’ll be sun…”