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Hanging out with the Seagulls

Last winter we drove down to Camano Island State Park and ran into a gaggle of Seagulls, peacefully enjoying the boat launch ramps drying on the road by the beach.

The seemed to enjoy each other’s company and were curious about our presence but peaceful

Hanging out with the seagulls

It was the peaceful existence between them, that inspired this t-shirt. I bought one of these shirts. I changed the text easily using our template. Free Spirited on top and Peace on the bottom. It has been my favorite shirt this summer.

I love putting together the story and I love feeling connected to these sea birds.

Posted in Children, Clothing, Power of Attraction

Never Give Up — Life keeps changing!

…and most commonly it changes for the better throughout the day. Breathe. Take a moment to remember things will be better momentarily. Breathe again. All of life is dynamic so keep on trying. Get a glass of water and consider how lucky it is to have it tapped into your house!

Life keeps changing. You are alive, so you’re going to be changing too! …sometimes you stumble, but always things improve as you figure out what you want and what you want to leave behind..

The important thing is “Never give up!”and cut off the opportunity to live life fully! Enjoy today!

Never Give Up!

Turn up your volume and listen to Never Give Up — makes a nice 1+-minute meditation

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Camano Island in January

When it’s cold outside and toasty in the car … when you are retired and your husband can’t easily get around … that’s when you can really appreciate a State Park!

This is Camano Island Park, our favorite! In the summer our grandsons love to swim and run along the beach. We arrived here in 1974 with a 2-year-old son, a Great Dane and a Springer Spaniel. We were 27!

The house we rented was across the street from the beach. When we moved in, there were no locks on the doors and we needed to put up a mailbox to get our mail. We had come from city life — Berkeley. It was a magical time!

Our son enjoyed turning over rocks to find baby crabs. We gathered the tiny rocks, shined them up and glued them on bottles, little boxes, … made lamp stands. These were glorious moments of family bliss. That year, Manny worked as an inhalation therapist in Everett and I groomed local poodles.

Ah-h memories. I apologize for taking you down memory lane. It happens a lot lately i can still feel the vibrations of those memories … just like I am there. Life is certaInly worth the ticket!

Today I’m working on placing some of these photos into a collection featuring this island on Zazzle. I look forward to finding more and more audiences who resonate with my visions Here are some products from this morning.