Playing in the Rain & Questions for You

We’ve had too much rain! Look at the parking lot above. It’s a pond. I’ve been feeling rather blue these past two days because a close friend has moved out of state. The cold, wet weather hasn’t been helping. I decided to go out and walk despite the perceived gloom, and actually was feeling like I deserved a medal for being so motivated. I learned that not everyone shares my view: Continue reading “Playing in the Rain & Questions for You”

A Walk in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Saco, Maine

This morning on the way to the Marie Joseph Spiritual Center in Biddeford Pool, Wayne and I took a little detour to walk in Laurel Hill Cemetery in Saco. It had just stopped raining and everything was lush, the colors were popping, trees were blooming and the air smelled fragrant. It was so tranquil! I hope you will enjoy the silent tour that follows:

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Blossoming on the Greenbelt Walkway in South Portland

I used to live within walking distance of the South Portland Greenebelt in the 1990s and spent many days here staying ahead of my anxieties one step at a time. I was young, single, had a dream job that had been created just for me in the Old Port (with parking!) and a cute little house. Yet serenity then was still elusive. Walking here always helped me feel more calm and centered. It had been years since I was here last so I decided to revisit it today despite it being cool and cloudy.
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