Day 3520: Start where you are

I will start this post where I am — on my way from Boston’s Logan Airport in a Lyft to our home on the South Shore.

Because I am starting the day with no sleep after a red-eye flight from Portland, Oregon, I may need to change the ending after I gather and share all my latest photos. Let’s see where we end up.

Start where you are and you very well may end up with pizza.

This is what I find on YouTube when I start searching for “start where you are.”

I start and end with gratitude no matter where I am, so thanks to all who help me start and end my blog posts, including YOU.

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21 thoughts on “Day 3520: Start where you are

  1. Dreamer9177

    I’m glad you had a wonderful trip and made it home safely

    • Thank you for starting the comments with kindness. 💕

      • Dreamer9177

        I’ve made a change in my life. I’m trying to project and share Kindness with everyone, but especially with those I like and admire. You inspired me to make a change, and I’m grateful to you ❤️

      • Thanks for letting me know! 💕

      • Thanks for sharing your kindness! 💕

  2. the area looks so peaceful, may your week be blessed, cheers

  3. Nice to travel, but always good to get home!

  4. Your friend’s dog is adorable. I am glad you are home safely and hope you have time for a nap today.

  5. Whenever I see a penny I pick it up. I feel like we all need all the luck we can get.

  6. those chocolates! and the butterfly landing on you, must think you are a flower of some sort. glad you started with that!

    • I’ll start with this: that certainly looks like a butterfly but it is actually a tree wing seed I stuck to my nose — something I did starting when I was a kid but which was unknown to Maria!

  7. Now, where was I?

  8. Thank you for sharing with us from start to finish, Ann.

  9. Fabulous photos, Ann. You’ll likely spend a lot of time sharing them with Michael and telling him of your adventures! And I’m very sure you were welcomed home! 🙂

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