I'm Trying

I am so outraged by this new administration.   But I am trying to stay away from posting so much on Facebook because it doesn't help anything.   I've found that a good place for outrage is Twitter.   I can follow a few people/organizations on there, get some perspectives and/or humor, possibly retweet, and nobody cares.   I think three random people are following me so nobody gets their panties in a bunch if I want to say something.   I started on Twitter because I am a San Francisco Giants fan and I enjoy the pages of some players, sports writers, links to articles, and such.   So that's my new place for speaking my mind if I choose.   

For mental health, I've been able to ride my horse on the recent sunny days.   I also took my camera to the coast, took some photos and ate some fish tacos.   Moonstone Beach hasn't yet recovered from the big storms of January.   This inlet formed from a creek that broke through and with the piled up wood, it's taken away the beach.   Alas, no treasure hunting when I was there this week, unless I want some wood to haul away.   I'm not sure what will happen with some of these large trees, whether they will eventually haul them away or just leave them so people can create some bench sitting of sorts.




Today it's raining again.   I have plans to run a few errands and get a massage.   I hope you have plans for a nice day.   Thanks for visiting!


Comments

Karen Ann said…

Always enjoy your photos - as you know, I'm on the opposite coast and our terrain is so different - you have some beautiful wide open ocean landscapes.
Wow! Never seen so much wood and debris on that part of the beach. Hope it gets cleaned up or washed out to sea soon. The balmy break in the weather was nice, but I don't mind more rain. May even get to see Huer Huero running, and the Estrella river too! Those might provide some great photo ops too.
Tabor said…
Such a powerful area. Gives one a feeling of being very small.
C-ingspots said…
We spent the day at the beach just the other day too. Lots of huge logs thrown all onto the beach like they were matchsticks. Quite impressive! The tide was in and the ocean was just roaring, and the waves were amazingly thunderous and huge - it was awesome! We were careful not to turn our backs on the mighty Pacific...lately there have been several people that have been carried out to sea and they've not recovered their bodies. The ocean is to be respected for sure.
Missy George said…
Photography and horseback riding are a great escape..I try to stay away from politics..Can't do anything about it but get upset...great driftwood..I need some for my garden..
shirley said…
Lovely photos, and cool driftwood.
I'm avoiding FB and you know what? I was wasting too much time there.
I hope you had a great massage! I think I need to schedule one....
Lynne said…
Amazing photos . . .
I like the wood but would probably enjoy walking the beach more.
Wonder . . . will the inlet stay?
I would hope some of the wood would be taken away . . .

I am soooooo frustrated with the current DC scene . . .
I deactivated myself from FB . . . more so because it was becoming a waste of time . . .
Good choice on my part to be "off" from it . . .
I have loaded myself up with some great fiction . . .
Believe me . . . it has helped move my mind, emotion, thought in a different direction.

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