"I think of the things that matter. And I think of the things that don't."
—Yo La Tengo
Nice photo!! did you take it this morning? I wanted to do the same but I let someone borrow my digital. Nothing like the beach in the morning solstice or not.
Thanks! I took it last year.
That's a great photo! And thanks for taking the time to comment on my blog :)
Thank you, Kim. I'm glad you like it. And it is my pleasure to do the blog commenting.
Ah, Merry Meet! And a Happy Yule to you and all! (One great thing about being Wiccan-I get to celebrate twice, once for Christmas and once for Yule.)
And a Happy Yule to you, too!I'm all in favor of lots of celebrations.
Happy Winter Solstice, Sassy.Something really worth celebrating!
Your photo is absolutely beautiful, and looking forward to more sunlight is always worth celebrating, although the Ohio Valley will probably be cloudy and dreary from now until April.
And a happy Solstice to you, Dive.Thanks, Robyn. I'm glad you like it. It's going to be icky here, too, but I still have hope.
We are on the same page me gurl, I just dedicated a post to the Winter Solstice then I came here and found yours, that happens a lot with you. Thanks for taking the time not to read this comment again.
Yes, we have a bit of the same blog juju going on. I hope you had a Happy Solstice.
My old power is returning, it may be the Viagara.
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