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☔☔☔☔☔ Well's Beach, Maine ☔☔☔☔☔ November Storm ☔☔☔☔☔ Wild Ocean ☔☔☔☔☔ Die-hard beach walkers ☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔☔ Today is Thanksgiving Day. We are having a stormy day here on the coast of Maine. These photos were taken in southern coastal Maine on my way here a little over a week ago. It was stormy that day also; wind and rain and cold. Blessings   Lately a hymn that I've  been singing at church since I was  knee high to a grasshopper has been going through my mind: 'Count Your Many Blessings'...Count your many blessings, name them one by one, count your many blessings, see what God has done... It has caused me to reflect upon this past year and the many ways I've been blessed, not just being thankful for my faith, my family and my freedoms but in many smaller but significant, to me, ways too.  I thought that I would  record a few so that I can reflect back next year to see what had been special to me this year.  I can th


November Ocean It seems like yesterday we were complaining about sweltering temps, doesn't it? Well, today in Bethlehem, PA we have frozen puddles and our outside gauge is registering 28 degrees F at 10:30 AM. The little dogs, Lucy and Dolly, are wondering 😔 why we haven't gone on our walk yet. My knees and back are telling me to wait a little longer; maybe it will warm up a little. I do have to get my act together because I am meeting a girlfriend at Bethlehem Diner at 1:00 for lunch :-).  My time here at home is coming to an end and, as usual,  I am thinking about things that I need to get done here and also preparing myself mentally for the next segment of my life journey as a care giver to my Mother. She, by the way, is doing fine on the Island but it is bitter cold with snow on the ground already. It's a!so deer hunting season so the gunshots in the surrounding woods make her very nervous. We are hoping that by some miracle our long-legged friends t