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#860808 added September 23, 2015 at 8:56pm
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Watching the Waves
30D Blogging Challenge

Have you ever lost yourself in the world of clouds or stars or in any other natural phenomenon? If yes, what did you see? Some random shapes, or some guiding strength?



I love to sit at the edge of Lake Ontario and watch the waves. They could just be little ripples or large boat sinking rollers, either way I sit sit and watch them roll into shore for hours. I do a great deal of heavy thinking gazing out at the blue-green water. I used to do the same thing watching the waves at Lake Erie as well. When I was in my teens I used to write poetry and journal entries in an old orange notebook around the corner from the cottage my family rented. I used to sneak away with a pen and my notebook and sit on the rocks out of sight from my parents and write, for hours. Didn't have wifi and internet back then...


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