Just when you thought, it is not possible… Read more
… will always find its way.
Isn’t that a wonderful quote by Trisha Yearwood?
What stories can you tell, that make this quote so true?
Following my post on making 2020 and the new decade a kinder, happier, and more mindful year and decade, I love to share a story with you today in that spirit and in that of the introductory quote. Read more
Hello in 2020! Read more
On this final day of 2018 I would like to sincerely thank you for being here, for following my stories and my photographs, for dropping by from time to time, and for liking and so kindly commenting my blogposts. 2018 marks the start of my journey on this site and I am grateful for everyone of you. You are a precious gift to me.
I look very much forward to more adventures and memorable encounters I gladly share with you next year. For now, I leave you with some splish, splash, splosh impressions 🤩of a spring tide at its peak.
P.S.: As you know, the sea means a LOT to me. So now, as if needed ;-), I found evidence why the ocean is that essential: