Beach Notes by Suzie Cheel and Des Walsh
Today’s beach notes has a new twist:
Idea and image by Suzie and the verse by Des Walsh
(c) Suzie Cheel
Yesterday as we were walking on the beach, earlier than usual I saw this perfect line of single footsteps and thought that would be great for beach notes. I sometimes get impatient taking one step at a time. As Des says ” You are not a kangaroo”!
Des then penned these words:
We were made
To go one step at a time
We try too often
To rush the process
When will we learn?
Step by step works.
I know when I take one step and follow through things flow. I am learning:)
Sigh. This is my dream, to live near the beach and take long walks on the sand.
So soothing. You must conjure lots of dreams for this community on those beach walks. Lucky for us!
Suzie Cheel says
Maybe time to look how you turn your dreams into reality?:)
I am currently working on Attracting the home of our dreams right at the beach so each morning i can just walk across the road.
Have a dream filled week
I used to live at the beach and every morning, I’d go for a half-hour walk along the sand. I miss it. There’s something special about watching the sun rise up over the vanishing point, filling the horizon with that bright orange and pink glow, and seeing the early light dancing on the white crest of waves.
(Not as exciting of course as watching sharks explode out of the cold black waters with a screaming surfer clenched in its jaws but it’s definitely right up there.)
Step by Step are words to live by. I also become impatient for things to get started, and walking is one way I use to slow down.
Fortunately, I do live close enough to the beach to go there, but slow walks aren’t my usual course of action. Perhaps today, I should slow down and smell the ocean.
Thanks for the reminder………..:)
Suzie Cheel says
@Mark Yes I know I would miss living by or near the beach. That morning walk feeds my soul. And the colors of a sunrise are as you have written pure magic
@Lisa. like you not a slow walker, although when i am daydreaming Des does hurry me up. i think long slow solo walks are great for slowing down and reflecting