So many Rhododendrons are in bloom, along with lilacs and not-known-to me flowers. Sunday morning we drove down to St. Anthony’s Franciscan Monastery in Kennebunk where chipmunks run freely and the scent of flowers is in the air. After our walk we were approached by a lady who gave us little works of original art!Continue reading “Coastal Maine is in Bloom!”
“There is no end to the coquetry of a New England spring.”
New England Bygones, Ellen Rollins, 1883
It was another foggy day that added a mystical beauty to the evening sky.
Summer really is here here and Ferry Beach, only minutes from my house, is my favorite place to enjoy a warm evening. After work, Wayne and I had headed over for a sunset picnic. Continue reading “Summer Solstice Sunset Picnic at Ferry Beach, Scarborough”
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”