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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
The Market on Larimer Street
The compliments on my white cowboy boots today
Laughter and tears
My dear friend Pam
That Nancy was born today