Musings from a 60-something midlife road tripper. Join the ride.
I LOVE to think by the sea... thoughts are somehow bigger and more exciting there. LOVE the picture... where is it? x
It certainly has a calming effect when it is as still as this - not sure what effect a stormy sea has but it is certainly exciting when one is watching it rather than being on it.
Mostly it makes me think how much I'd like to be beside it doing nothing!
"If you want to build a ship, don't drum up people together to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea."~ Antoine de Saint-Exupery ~
We love the sea because its rhythm mimics our heartbeat.
Your quote. Your pic. Your comment. Put them all together, and they made me think for a moment. And then gave me a laugh. Thank you!
Well, we love the sea because for the most part, it's very soothing. It can be wicked, too, though. Maybe we love it for that reason, as well?
You are at the seashore? I'm envious. I love the sound of a gentle surf. After last week's tsunami in Japan, it makes you wonder how an element of nature can have so many good and bad sides to it?
That makes perfect sense to me. Enjoy your thoughts.
We're all drawn to water.. no matter the form. Kids love puddles.. we like bigger puddles.
and I like that you left it untitled as well:)enjoy..
I've been thinking too, in the midst of concrete and trees that have just begun to bud.Love the post.Joey
Anne Morrow Lindbergh knew what she was talking about!
Big smile here. Enjoy yourself, Julie.
me, too ... the mountains do this for me, as well... but I do miss the sea and will need to visit it again soon
Having come back from Hawaii recently I know I love the ocean because it the sound is calming and knowing what lives beneath the surface is very exciting. A whole other world lives there for us to discover. And that definitely gets me thinking.
Oh good. This gives me permission to occasionally make a blog post out of 2 words. Or so.
Let me know what you think. Every word you write, I appreciate.