Day 2, in pictures and paint

It’s fun to see how others have weathered the isolation in recent months.  Here it’s Rumikub.  There have been many games, apparently.

Locals remind themselves of what is lovely here, in spite of all.

While on my morning walk/run there is a veritable parade of old fashioned cars, harkening to days bygone.

It is good to walk in a place where glimpses of the sea are readily available through the trees.

Before the day gets away, I steal away to paint for a bit, using a new paint set up I gleaned recently from the lovely work and suggestions of Lena Rivo.

Wonderful to find a secluded bench, with shade and a view.

Here’s the wee painting I come up with…..

Later it is time to swim.  Of course it is.

Is that a seal???

Alas, it’s just me.

Sea me.  I LOVE swimming in the ocean each day.  Thankful it is just down the road from us.

Tonight, in the spirit of reconnaissance for a kayak opportunity of Tony’s later in the week, we gather for dinner at another lovely spot, out of doors, away from others, by the sea, and happy to be together.

We are treated to an amazing sunset.  And just like that, our first full day in Maine comes to a close.

We are deeply grateful to be here.  To fill the proverbial well with hope for the months to come.  To remind ourselves AND you that beauty and friendship still exist.  That we will get through these hard times.

Bon courage, friends.

 

 

 


Comments (4)

  • Nessy July 20, 2020 - 2 years ago

    Beautiful painting!!!

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    • amy July 20, 2020 - 2 years ago

      Thank you Vanessa!! I appreciate you reading and commenting!!

      Reply
  • Penny July 22, 2020 - 2 years ago

    If this insanity has taught nothing else, it is to realize how important it is to nourish your soul in gulps, not just little sips. So glad you have that opportunity! Love your daily posts.

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    • amy July 22, 2020 - 2 years ago

      Really filling the well here for sure. <3

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