Yes. I needed to be at the coast. I need to be at the coast more often.
Last week someone asked me how often I needed to be at the coast. My answer was that I didn't know, but plan to find out.
It was relaxing. Restorative. I slept and read and went online and walked, walked more, walked more at one time than I've been able to do for a while for one reason or another. And slept and sat and watched the water.
I came home last night ready to face the week. Ready to face another round of appointments and jump back into writing and asking for help instead of digging out my Wonder Woman cape again.
There are a lot of pictures I uploaded to Facebook. This is just one. One of my favorites. It was nearing sunset on the second night and it shows the Twin Rocks well, the sky, the water. It's mystical and magical. And it makes me happy to look at it.
More to come.
Today I ordered "The Mindful Writer: Noble Truths of the Writing Life," by Dinty Moore. I ran across it in a magazine I bought while I was at the coast and it looked perfect for right now. I'm looking forward to getting it.
I also ordered a Feng Shui "Good Health" jade charm thingy.
Writing and health and possibility.
I will be back at the coast with my partner in mid-May. And I may also have a day trip with a friend to the coast in May.
I think I've been missing the beach.