We say farewells all the time. Sometimes explicitly, other times without even realising it.
Today was a farewell to two of my
colleagues friends at work. Over the last several months, I’ve come to laugh, cry, and learn with them to the point where I don’t think I consider them mere colleagues. The circumstances of their employment changed though, and that required a heartwarming farewell to them, in the context in which these relationships were formed.
The day is also ending – it’s dusk, and I have not made the time today to go for my walk yet, so there is no picture I took today. If I hurry on now, there is some chance to get the faint light and the brilliant imagery in the skies, but it’s also likely that I’ll farewell the day without an image of the day.