Casco Bay connecting nature and nurture

And sometimes the best cure for what ails ya is getting into nature…she’s a powerful curitive.

Sometimes the best scenery, the thing you need most, is right in your backyard.

They say the third Monday in January is called Blue Monday because it’s the peak time for the holiday hangover catching up, weeks of poor eating and lack of sleep, routines out the winter with festivities and travel, short dark days of winter, New Year’s resolutions falling apart, and lack of energy …all leaving us feeling less than our best. And many people in my circle are downright depressed this week. No wonder! If this is you, you’re not alone!!

I was feeling the big feelz this day and, after a helpful lunch with a friend, felt pulled towards the beach. Wide open spaces, vast vistas, and oceanic horizons? Incredibly soothing; salves for my soul.

So here’s a bit of Pine Point Beach in Maine to share with you today. Despite being January in New England, the shoreline was surprisingly mild, the rhythmic beat of the waves soothing and gratefully welcoming.

May your heart and soul be soothed by your own gems close to home.



4 responses to “Sights, Sensitivities, & Spirituality – 1/19/23”

  1. Janice Avatar

    My favorite place. Ocean Park.. thanks for sharing the sound of the ocean.

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    1. Wen Avatar

      I never tire of the sound or sight of the ocean! Glad you enjoyed it as well 🥰


  2. Diane Hills Avatar
    Diane Hills

    The way you write makes me feel like I am right there with you! I love the ocean, its powerful force is so magic and soothing. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Wen Avatar

      Thanks so much for the kind words 🥰


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