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These seabirds shared a stone in the shallow waters of the bonefish flats in Anegada, waiting for something small and delicious to swim into view.  Not a stitch of greenery or colorful flower in sight, but a glimpse of the sea feels as appropriate as a gently blown kiss to the beginning of the spring.

Saltheap Point, Anegada.

Quote of the day: “I am certain of nothing but the holiness of the Heart’s affections and the truth of the imagination.”  —  unknown

Daily gratitudes:
The Market on Larimer Street
The compliments on my white cowboy boots today
Crescent moons
Blue skies
Classical music
Laughter and tears
My dear friend Pam
That Nancy was born today

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