We are leaving our Seattle-area vacation for hot, hot Houston today. Our final stop on this tour was a visit to San Juan Island, where we see deer every morning on the B&B property. We have also sighted Orcas, eagles, harbor seals, foxes, and more. In the fresh air and sunshine, I have gotten some much-needed rest, allowing new creative ideas to emerge.
In the meantime, as I expand my Twitterverse, I have run across a number of blogs that touch on many of the topics that I will, but in different ways. I thought Thursday would be a good day to share those with my readers.
One that I have read recently is the Old G.A.L. Project (as in Get A Life). Our blogger has retired and is looking for life after the job. She’s looking for love, seeking her passion in life, and trying to lose weight–subjects we can all relate to. Some posts are funny, while others are touching. I’m going to follow her journey, and I invite you to do it, too.
I’m jealous – I want to visit the Seattle area so badly! Orcas, huh?
Yes! The water near the shore is deep, so sometimes they get very close. We watched them from land instead of getting into a whale-watching boat. Plus, I don’t know where you live, but I’m in Houston where it is HOT…up on the island, temps were a pleasant 72 degrees or so. It was hard to come home.
That blog title rocks! How creative of her. I found you from The Weekend Creation Blog Hop. I have lived in Dallas for three years now. It is so hot here in the summer. This is the hottest summer, yet. I am originally from Milwaukee, Wisconin — lived there for 30 years. I would have liked to see some pics of the wildlife you saw. I am an avid nature fan and a photo nut to boot. I write dark fiction. My blog is dedicated to anything writing and book related. I also review books I read. I read a… Read more »
Nora, great blog! Loved the paintings. The visuals on your blog really demonstrate how visuals add to the writing, so I hope to add some pics here sometime this week per your suggestion.
Thanks for connecting with me. I’m looking forward to seeing more of your work.