The tourists are just about gone. The day is warm with a chance of rain later on, so what’s a Mom to do?
We went to the beach and got our paws wet.It was almost high tide, as our seagull friends let us know.
It was unusual to see the pilings in the bay without being able to see the bottom:it didn’t stop the gulls though, as they were waiting for their fish special for lunch!
We almost walked a mile and a half, not quite, but it was good for the three of us to be together while Jim tried to sleep.We love walking during the tranquility of the morning and thanking God for getting us on all 2 or 4 paws in the morning!
I felt my Dad with me while I walked my girls on the beach. The Sea foam in the picture my Dad would always call soap suds.It was almost as if I could here Daddy in my ear.
I wanted to get Zush and Kasia out on the beach before it gets too chilly, and of course, in my heart, I wanted to make memories with Zush.After all, she was the reason we ended up here. If you recall a past post on Sea glass, well, we didn’t score any on our walk, just shells and stones.
In all, we had a good morning, and suffice it to say, we are relaxing this afternoon.
As you can see by the sun coming through the window behind Nurse Zush, I took this picture in the beginning of the afternoon.I did everything a little later today, due to the fact that my medication screws up my sleep.I did the wash today in early afternoon, not really comprehending at an 85 degree day,that it is now autumn,and although I know the days are getting shorter, I didn’t realize how badly I misjudged the sun on my clothes line.
Nurse Kasia is, as usual, guarding her window to keep anyone away from the house. I laugh because our last home had a knocker on the front door, and we didn’t need a doorbell because of Kasia. Now we are in a home with a doorbell, which people don’t have to use because Kasia still does her job.
So as the sun sets over the bay,we are still homebound and chomping at the bit. We catch the sunset from the front porch for now, with hope that we three will soon be sprung and can get down to the beach. It’ll still be there for us, and I am sure we’ll be happy to walk it again!
I am listening to an Alton Brown Podcast with Jet Tila, and Jet just asked him if he stops to smell the roses.
The idea was “being in the moment”, and it made me stop and think about my current life. In a way, my time here with the girls is a blessing, as I get to be with them and meditate while I have them out. I look up at the sky and take in the clouds and the different patterns, I go down to the bay and take in the coastline.
Maybe it’s my cancers that have made me cognizant of it, but I do try to be in the moment every day.
Global warming gave me a gorgeous spring day today in the middle of winter.
I was going to crank out more biscotti today, but the bay and my girls were urging me out. The snow has begun to melt, although I still have the fear of falling on the ice.It seems I just envision me on my back with two metal rods coming out of my knees.
It was great to actually get to the bay and see a regular bay;that is, one without ice and snow.It was bizarre to see an unusually high tide this morning, though.
We went up to the bay twice,as a matter of fact.It was quite enjoyable. In fact, after I post this, we’ll go out again and take advantage of this glorious day.
My Zush has been a little lame on one paw so this week we have been walking down and around for potty walks.
I had to go down and talk to my neighbor,and she was going to walk to the beach,so I decided I ‘d walk her part of the way.
I was then rewarded by six pieces of beach glass on the sand and all of a sudden, I found this
It’s a whelk shell in tact, and it was there rightin front of me.
Finds are pretty good when there is no one around. Sometimes you can feel when someone’s presence put it there for you. I offer thanks whenever I am blessed with one.
The girls and I went down to the beach this morning. As I led us down the street, I looked over the bay and said,” huh?”
As we went further down the street toward the bay, the words global warming went through my head as I looked toward the right.
After all the warm weather we had the scenes in front of my eyes screamed December is here. You can imagine my shock when I looked over to my right.
You could actually see the line of demarcation on the large cloud, and the picture doesn’t give the full brilliance of the turquoise sky.
This definitely was a unique walk: you know that living by a bay has weather action potential.I am sure we’ll see much more.