A welcoming & reintroduction.
I work at a therapeutic pool facility. Water is home.
Soquel Creek flooded my yard yesterday. Powerless.
From Brooklyn, now living in Athens, Greece
Swimming in the Mediterranean near the coast of Rhodes. I felt powerful and strong.
The Big Apple
I rarely stray too far from large bodies of water. I only realized how much I need the water when I end up someplace like Phoenix, and feel like one of those shriveled souls in Ursula’s garden.
2 From UK, now in South Africa on my smallholding which I bought a decade ago, when I understood that "medical martial law" was coming.
3 Love for my boat and sorrow that I didn't put it to better use.
PS Sorry to bend the rules, but well done! I agree that events have pointed up the importance of connection, and all attempts to do so contribute.
W Orange / Livingston, NJ
Hudson River to the West / East River to the East. I haven't seen a CLEAN large body of water in aeons.
Is it okay to give kudos to your various acting roles, Amber? If so, you have them.
Ian Mark Sirota
Cherry Hill, NJ
Coming out of a harrowing period in my life but looking at a bright future.
St Andrews Beach, the North Sea - Sorrow
formerly San Antonio, currently Houston, Texas
So happy you're here, friend!
East L.A., California
Long Beach, cold but playful.
Reside in SWVA, currently.
Stillness and that realization at how small we really are in the presence of the universe.
A fall leaf trip to Duluth, MN and a visit to the shore of Lake Superior made me feel the awe of nature.
The boujee suburbs outside Philadelphia
Heat exhaustion on the Cliff Walk in Newport... Full of equal parts wonder & rage