Whenever I travel, I always opt for the window seat so I can enjoy the scenery. But for most of this flight over the U.S., thick clouds prevented me from seeing the terrain below.
So I decided to look at them instead of reading or snoozing.
Each time I looked, the pattern and thickness had changed.
Finally, it covered the land below. And I remembered the line, I really don’t know clouds at all, from Joni Mitchell‘s song, Both Sides Now.