CEE’S WHICH WAY CHALLENGE – 2015 WEEK #18

Whether shopping in New Hope, PA, or trolling the beaches of NJ, or just taking a neighborhood stroll, the thing to remember is to enjoy the moment.  I’ve been so wrapped up in keeping up, that I wasn’t enjoying what I was doing, reading, posting, etc.  I’m here when I’m here.  I’ve figured out that ‘breathing’ is essential to living in the moment.  I’m not ignoring you. I SWEAR.  I’ll get there when I get there, and when I do I will ‘like’, no I will LOVE you, but til then I’ll take the road less traveled and breathe.

 

New Hope, PA

New Hope, PA

Brigantine, NJ

Brigantine, NJ

 

Cherry Hill, NJ

Cherry Hill, NJ

Click on Cee’s  new Which Way icon to visit her challenge, and a fantastic blog.

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CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE – WATER

Water is the driving force of all nature

Leonardo da Vinci

Cee runs a Fun Foto Challenge that you won’t want to miss.  Click on the cute icon below to see what’s happening at her site.

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Thanks for visiting.  I don’t always get to thank all the ‘likes’, but I am grateful for your browsing.

TRAVEL THEME: OCEAN

“The sea was angry that day, my friends.”

I can’t think of the ocean without hearing that famous line uttered by George Costanza, as he explained his whale saving escapades to his Seinfeld buds.

Sometimes, the ocean can be wild and crazy.

Sometimes it can be calm and soothing.

A place of peace and solitude.

And sometimes it simply means love.

Look closely.  Jeff wrote my name in the sand.

G-E-M-M-A

L-o-v-e 🙂

Thanks to Ailsa, again, for coming up with another great challenge idea.  Click here for more ocean views.

SUNDAY POST – DOOR

Jeff and I took a bike ride to Rita’s Water Ice near the beach tonight.  Just what I need to negate the bike ride – a mango and vanilla, soft ice cream gelati.  It could be worse,  I suppose.  We could have driven there.  I still didn’t have a photo for Jake’s “Door” challenge, so I suggested that we stop by St. Thomas’ Church a few blocks away to check out the front door there.  It’s not elaborate, nor does it have the character that comes with age, but it’s a simple door. One that leads to many things for many people. Solace for some, relief or comfort for others.   A little bit of stained glass, plain, yet, welcoming.  Beckoning…