So, some of you have asked, how do we get on an island? Since we have to anchor 50 feet or more from it, we get as close as possible to shore in a dinghy. Then we hop out into chilly water and pull the dinghy far enough up on the rocks so that it won’t be carried out by the tide, which would leave us in a real mess.
Sometimes we make a learning game out of the different shapes. Just look. Here we have a rectangle, a parallelogram, a circle and a triangle. The kids have such fun finding their own shapes and challenging me to name them.
No matter where we are we look for heart rocks. My daughter has the best eye for them and calls them love notes from God. And just like our own hearts, they come in all shapes and sizes, some flawed, some perfect.
One thing I’ve learned by being in Maine, taking in what it has to offer, is that simple things give so much pleasure. Wherever you are, I hope you experience the same.
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