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March 25, 2020

Wordless Wednesday

Spring on the Oregon Coast.

Thinking of my friends and family, near and far, wishing everyone peace and comfort during these days of worry and concern. I hope you are all well and that you can get outside and breathe the fresh air.

Much love from, Lesley.








12 comments:

  1. Such beautiful colours!!

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    1. Thanks, Marg. We live in a beautiful spot on the Oregon coast and it's quite lovely here in the spring!

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  2. The delights of Spring are much appreciated! Beautiful pics. :)

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed them, Jenclair. I try to get outside every day for a walk through my neighborhood. I helps calm my overactive brain! Hope you are well.

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  3. It's nice to find some beauty in this midst of this pandemic. Your photos are gorgeous!

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    1. Absolutely, Kathy! I'm trying to get outside and take pictures between rain showers. I hope you and your family are doing ok!

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  4. Beautiful photos! Wow. Walking is an excellent idea.

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    1. Thanks, Deb. If we have to go through this pandemic, spring is much better than the dreary, rainy days of winter!

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  5. Look at those beautiful Oregon flowers! Love them! Wish I could come walk with you, Les. We topped 90 yesterday and it's 88 out there right now. However, the sun is shining and it's a very nice day. Thanks for sharing these!

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    1. We are so lucky to live here, especially during this crazy time! I wish you could walk with me, too, but we'd have to stay off our narrow paths in order to keep 6 feet apart. :) 90 yesterday?? Yikes. We barely hit 50. But the sun is out and I just came in from my first walk of the day. I'll drag Rod out later. :)

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  6. Oh, the spring flowers are so beautiful and so hopeful! So glad you're in a good place during these unsettling times. Take good care.

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    1. We are so blessed to live here, most especially during this scary time in our history. Sheltering-In-Place on the Oregon Coast could be a lot worse. I'm thankful for the beautiful flowers in my neighborhood!

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