Day 1945: Adventure Awaits

Yesterday, when I was on an adventure awaiting the end of a wonderful day, I saw this.

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I love seeing life as an adventure, even when things happen that I don’t like. It’s good to know that wherever I am, adventure awaits.

Exactly a year ago, after awaiting a long time, I first saw the house where we now live.  Thus began our by-the-sea adventure.

New photos await, from yesterday’s adventure.

 

 

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An explanation awaits for that last photo — it’s a memorial at a high school for a beloved teacher. The complete works of William Shakespeare include this quote about adventure:

The day shall not be up so soon as I

To try the fair adventure of tomorrow.

SgtPepper1200’s original song “Adventure Awaits!” awaits you on YouTube.

 

The comments section awaits you, below.

No need to await my gratitude for all who helped me create today’s post and — of course! — for YOU.

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23 thoughts on “Day 1945: Adventure Awaits

  1. Adventure awaits. What a great sign!

  2. the best sign ever, and it was right!

  3. Lovely photographs – gosh – is it a year?

  4. I love the saying that adventure awaits because it tells us that adventure is always out there. All we need to do is go. Or, as Shakespeare said, “It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.”

  5. What a wonderful tribute to a cherished teacher! A good reminder tomorrow is promised to no one.

  6. I am so very happy that you and Michael get to appreciate the adventures of living by the sea, Ann.

  7. I love your Adventure Awaits music, I shall definitely play as I walk “The Great Wall” in October.

  8. The area around your house looks beautiful, looks like you are living in area rife with possible adventures!!!

  9. I think many of us hit on adventure today Ann!

  10. I love following your adventures.

  11. Me and adventure not a good mix, so I will settle for reading about other people’s adventures

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