My husband and I got up early and raced outside to try to see the Blue Moon Lunar Eclipse at the 'optimal time' here in Maine (6:45 am)--since it only occurs once every hundred years or so, we didn't want to miss it. And it was up there...behind the trees. So we jumped in the … Continue reading Blue Moon
Category: the beach
I hope you all had fun with me this week. In addition to the week of cakes, my daughter gifted me with a cake today, bringing my total to eight for the week, and this is the one with which we celebrated with singing and candles. Here is today's cake from Wells IGA: Caramel … Continue reading My birthday
Dancing keeps you young
I went to a local concert last weekend with my daughter, part of the Wells Harbor Concert Series. Every Saturday evening in the summer, rain or shine, there is a free concert (rain venue is the junior high school). The band for the second concert of the season was a new one for us, The … Continue reading Dancing keeps you young
Get caught reading!
May is 'Get caught reading!' month. Why not get caught reading my book? One Brave Thing! At your local bookseller and at Amazon.com, where you can preview it before you buy it. This is a photo of my friend Charlotte who 'got caught reading' One Brave Thing at the beach in Florida! YAY! Where will you … Continue reading Get caught reading!
Simplify: Who, me?
I went to a class at the Wells Public Library this week. Lisa Luken of Simple Joy Living, LLC spoke to us about simplifying our lives by streamlining (as well as getting rid of) our stuff. Her tagline is "Simple. Joyful. Organized. Intentional. Living." Great, right? Who wouldn't want that? I had a ton of ideas fill … Continue reading Simplify: Who, me?
Go with the flow
I attended a chakra class at the Portsmouth Regional Hospital this weekend. Chakras, as you may know, are energy centers in the body that energy flows through, often described as spinning discs of different colors. Find out more about chakras here: Anodea Judith's Wheels of Life One thing that came up in the class was that taking a … Continue reading Go with the flow
Leisure time: top 10 activities
I have the next few days off and am thinking of fun ways to spend it: Go bowling Go to the movies: I want to see St Vincent, The Judge, and that Steve Carell movie about the terrible, very bad day. Get up early and go to yoga Go see the ocean! Check out the … Continue reading Leisure time: top 10 activities
Home is where?
Recently my husband and I took a vacation. This is news, because it was OUT OF STATE. Way out. Like, in NJ. Just getting the same days off from work together to go took weeks-and an aligning of the planets AND and act of congress. What was better about Atlantic City than Wells, ME? Not … Continue reading Home is where?
Lost at sea
I love to go to the ocean. I go every day that I possibly can, rain or shine, summer or winter. Even if I only have 1 hour...hell, even if I only 5 minutes, I go. One thing that I don't often do, however, is swim in it. It's not that I don't want to … Continue reading Lost at sea
When I turned 50 this year, I decided to try to do things for the first time, since this is my first year in a new decade. Today, I went swimming at the beach all by myself. This is no small undertaking, to which anyone who wears glasses and is severely myopic will attest. The … Continue reading Another first
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