A Crone’s Coast on 11/28/14
Weather for the Thanksgiving holiday was outstanding with sunny clear skies and mild and pleasant temperatures. For us on the coast it is this perfect fall weather that makes us glad we stuck it out through the hell-hot summer. Night rewards us with the mystery of moonlight cascading down on water as smooth as sea glass.
The day after Thanksgiving Grandson, taking a break from college, took these photos as he rode his bike along the bay. I could not resist sharing part of my Texas coast as I have much to be thankful for this holiday season.
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THANKS TO GRANDSON FOR ALLOWING ME TO SHARE HIS PHOTOS TAKEN WITH HIS PHONE.
Chasing away the cold…
A cold north wind is hurrying toward the bluff.
Giving thanks for all I have today…
Mate, daughter, son, grandson, family and friends to count;
And more…rainwater for herbs, feathery-white pelicans floating
on Nueces Bay, black fluffy cat grooming in a chair, flour for baking, music,
strength for running, courage for living, happy hearts and hugs,
connection with the world, purpose for the day,
words to write, memories in scattered black and white,
sunlight sliding through my kitchen window,
moonlight on the bay at night,
laughter, tears and life.