So true, If my kids ask me what I did, I can’t distinguish one day from another. Got up, ate a little, surfed too much, saw nature, created something, made dinner, went to bed, repeat. The high points of course are seeing nature and creating and I have had plenty of time to do both here.
Spring in Maine, cold, wind and fog with a day or two of sunshine to entice. We’ve enjoyed walking the local trails on Schoodic peninsula again, right out our front door.
I have a renewed interest in geology. The formations on the point give some insight as to how the earth and its shoreline was formed.
These veins of black magna rose from the center of the earth and filled faults in the granite.
When the Navy was here, they installed a fence, right into the water line, along this fault to protect their secret operations at Schoodic Point. I only just noticed that RD left their mark too!
And I sat on a wet rock and left my mark as well.
I choose to avoid the rocks covered in wet seaweed. I have been eating seaweed in various forms though. Dulse last night, some sort of fried, very salty “sea vegetable”.
While Tim enjoyed getting close to the breaking waves.
We’ve seen the first couple of boats working the waters.
When we can see through the fog.
I cook and cook…
Just another day in the life.
4 thoughts on “a day like any other”
All beautiful and amazing….like you!
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Thank you Jamie !!
Sounds heavenly. Calendars were never a part of the garden of Eden – just awarness of the world, the change of seasons, night and day as Adam and Eve created alongside the Creator.
Indeed it is