How about you? Is life treating you well? Say it in six words? Wishing you all a happy weekend.
Not easy to find in Seaham?
You’d think that a bleak north eastern beach would be a good place to find a little Solitude, wouldn’t you? Strangely enough, that isn’t the case. This particular beach has become a mecca for sea glass hunters and gatherers.
You could hide out in the caves with a fair chance of solitude, but they’re not very safe. Erosion has created some fascinating shapes, though.
So your best bet is to head as far down the beach as you can go, without getting your feet wet, that is. Even there, a far from home Devon artist was determinedly hunting through the pebbles, looking for sea glass.
This is the lure, at the end of the beach. A solitary and beautiful rock, leaning out to sea. Seeking its own solitude.
There’s always a way to find solitude, if you crave it. For me, it’s an essential part of life. A bit like the Weekly Photo Challenge.
I hope this weekend brings you whatever you require. Cate usually requires six words on a Saturday, but often she gets more.
With love, from me to you!
It’s here and gone again, and it’s nearly time to whizz the decorations away. I did love having my hearth flicker in candlelight, and those rosy dawns, sitting beside my Christmas tree. Usually I hang on to till twelfth night, reluctant to shed the sparkle for cold, dark mornings. But this year I’m heading south, hoping for a little early warmth, so my tree will have to come down tomorrow.
It was fun while it lasted, wasn’t it? But here I am, saying goodbye to the good with the bad. Wishing, as we always do, for the peace that eludes our world. Can’t say it better than the Beatles- “With love, from me to you”. Want to share six words?
Happy New Year! Feel free to go walking without me on Monday. God bless!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Could there be a more obvious six words for today? I sit beside my twinkly tree, shopping done and presents wrapped. The absence of one present troubles me. He’s not here to share, and his place at the Christmas table can’t be filled.
Treasure your loved ones and the time spent together. For most of us that is what Christmas is all about. I’ll eat and I’ll drink and I’ll try to be merry, and yet not burn the sprouts. And I’ll raise a toast to you, my WordPress friends. We’ve come a long way together. Wishing you all a joyful Christmas, and for 2017… all you wish yourself!
You’ll never guess what I found?
Santa’s helpers? They have a lot of eating to do if they’re going to pull that sleigh.
Hope your Christmas preparations are going well. Describe them in six words?
Pie and mash and a pier
Relaxing comes in all shapes and sizes. A bath, a book and a glass of wine is one of mine. But I do have a weakness for a magnificent landscape, and any time that someone else is doing the cooking, that’s relaxation for me.
Strolling down the pier at Saltburn-by-the-Sea, how is it possible to have a care in the world? The shoreline is inexplicably festooned in seaweed, and in the shops swathes of tinsel drape the trees. Cocooned in the warm, the simple pleasures of pie and mash will do me just fine.