A ShutterBug Explores ~ Thankful Thursdays

'There are two ways to live your life. One is as though
nothing is a miracle. The other is as though
everything is a miracle.'
~ Albert Einstein




More 'surf' on Cape Ann MA.

~ I have never been more thankful, than now to live near the ocean.
~ Consequently my little yorkie and I have a few places to walk
but still practice 'social distancing.'
~ After several weeks we got to walk on our usual route
on the boulevard ~ Yea!
~ I am also grateful for the house and location where we live.
~ I am always grateful for family and friends.
~ I am also grateful for my blogging 'family and friends.'
~ So glad we are staying connected.


We are sharing with: Thankful Thursdays.




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'artmusedog' aka zoe



'carol

Comments

  1. We all need to remind ourselves of things we are grateful for these days. It will help us get through! I love your surf shot, the disparity between blue and green water is remarkable!

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  2. Hello, your do live in a beautiful area, love the views of the ocean. Enjoy your day, have a great weekend ahead.

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  3. We would love to live by the ocean, we find it so peaceful and beautiful. Howdy sweet Zoe. Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  4. Carol, I am so happy to see your grateful spirit still in evidence. Some now are giving in to a spirit of complaint. Bit I suspect that you, like me, are never bored. Love that Einstein quote.

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  5. Those are lovely thankfuls today. This is the most time I have spent at home, and I am finding that I really love and am thankful for my little house in my little neighborhood - I don't see the flaws anymore, only the comfort of it.

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  6. Hari OM
    The benefits of the coastal living can never be overestimated! Even more so the relief of being outside and free of constraint... YAM xx

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  7. Connections are so important during a time like this. Stay happy and healthy and hugs to you and Zoe!

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  8. Love the quote. And look at how blue that water is- and a bit choppy too;) I'll always love it no matter what. Another captivating photo Carol.

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  9. Yes … connections are so important.

    Great picture.

    All the best Jan

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  10. It does look like you have beautiful spaces there. Hooray for the Boulevard!

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