Monday, January 8, 2007


Dear Lovely, Loyal Readers,

Thanks for continuing to stop by through my silence. I remain under the weather. It appears at this point to be turning into just a cold. No fever since last night (fingers crossed!), but I still feel tired and sound truly dreadful. Fortunately this is not an Audio-Blog!

I had hoped to be able to report that we have the Subaru back, but no such luck. We did see it last week and it looks beautiful! But at the last minute there were some snafus which need to be resolved. Perhaps tomorrow?

These three photos were taken up at Seal Harbor, on Mount Desert Island in Maine. Seal Harbor is just outside Acadia and is a lovely spot to walk, picnic, sketch, write or just soak it all in. I believe all of these were taken by Chuck, most likely while I was poking around looking for sea glass and other tiny treasures. They make me think of the Emily Dickinson poem that starts:

“Hope” is the thing with feathers—
That perches in the soul—

Wishing you hope, and all good things coming to fruition.

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