Haystack Rock, Seaside, Oregon: In Photos

There's a lot to love about the world.


  1. The last photo is perfect for this Valentine's Day. It's just delightful. I hope all's well in your world, and that your family is thriving. It's always nice to see a post from you. I'd wish for more, but there's no doubt you're one busy woman! Happy spring -- soon, soon.

    1. Thank you, Linda. That last photo is of my son and his cousin. Valentine's Day is for love in all its varieties, isn't it? And yes: busy woman! I'm trying to tie up a hundred loose ends before this new baby arrives in April, while also remaining present and appreciative of these last months before what will undoubtedly be a startling yet sweet change. Best to you. More soon (eventually, anyway).

  2. Emily:

    A famous writer at a famous destination. There certainly IS a lot to love about the world. We need only to look about. As Mary Oliver would say:

    "Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it."

    We miss you and your warm, insightful words.

    ~ Richard

    1. Thank you, Sir Richard. Mary Oliver is always a favorite. I bring her with me--as well as the wise words of many others--whenever I can.

      Hope you've had and continue to have a kind winter. Spring is on its way.


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