Posts Tagged With: Debussy

Day 1545: We’re exactly where we’re supposed to be

We’re exactly where we’re supposed to be, which is

  • on earth,
  • at my blog,
  • accepting,
  • close enough to water,
  • breathing,
  • alive,
  • growing,
  • searching,
  • here,
  • now, and
  • looking at these pictures together.

tombstone

IMG_9661

IMG_9658

IMG_9660

IMG_9662

IMG_9664

IMG_9665

IMG_9667

IMG_9668

tombstone (1)

IMG_9657

tombstone (2)

We’re exactly where we’re supposed to be. We’re at that point in my daily post where I share some music.

Last night, when I was exactly where I was supposed to be, I heard a wonderful orchestral piece on Boston’s classical radio station.

That’s Debussy‘s La Mer (The Sea). The sea is exactly where I’m supposed to be today, looking at a home by the ocean.

We’re exactly where we’re supposed to be. We’re at the end of today’s post, where I express thanks to all who help me create this blog and to you — of course! — who are exactly where you’re supposed to be.

Categories: personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , , , , , , | 27 Comments

Blog at WordPress.com.