Saturday, September 12, 2015

Orchestrate

Today I have been sick and achy. This gives the mind much time to wander while under the covers. The ins and outs of the everyday. There are days and weeks that seem insurmountable.  Emotions play every scale. Getting older. It just "plain out" takes more to just do and move, but that's way OK. I am grateful and thankful to do and move, even if it is slower and looks like someone lost finding the destination. I finally get there. I finally get it done. While lying under the covers I was pray-talkin' and the word orchestrate pops in my mind. So I look it up. We are in transition. Selling the homeplace of 30 years. Ready. Ready to move on. Trusting. Trusting the the God I love to orchestrate. To arrange the score.


or·ches·trate
ˈôrkəˌstrāt/
verb
past tense: orchestrated; past participle: orchestrated
  1. 1.
    arrange or score (music) for orchestral performance.
    synonyms:arrangeadaptscore
    "the piece was orchestrated by Mozart"
  2. 2.
    arrange or direct the elements of (a situation) to produce a desired effect, especially surreptitiously.
    "the developers were able to orchestrate a favorable media campaign"
    synonyms:organizearrangeplan, set up, bring about, mobilizemountstage,stage-managemastermindcoordinatedirectengineerchoreograph
    "the organization is orchestrating a campaign of civil disobedience"