Every thing is not all right began on the eve of the 2017 Presidential Inauguration, and in the same year of my retirement from a 33-year career in arts administration, curation, and community arts advocacy. While I had been making cloud images for many years, I now began to place them in new world contexts using found text from the news, personal experiences, and celestial events as titles. The dramatic shift in life in America was so overpowering that I was compelled to involve politics in the making of this work. Its underpinnings have been a time and place perspective of my time in life, American history in the making, and global concerns such as climate change, war, and the pandemic. The juxtaposition of image and title, both captured within a 24-hour timeframe using the immediacy of the iPhone, is one of finding resonance between them through the emotive power of clouds. It is my way of reconciling our current state of affairs.