When walking, do you ever look down? Most of us look ahead to see where we are going, especially if we are sight-seeing. On a recent trip in San Diego, we strolled along Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach. Something sea-green caught my eye as I looked down through the gaps in the planking, and saw this sight. With the low tide and the light, the ocean was really this green!
As I rolled this idea of “gap” around in my mind, I admit that I have left some gaps in my blogging of late. March has been a busy month and my blogging has suffered. I have managed to continue with two posts each week and one of those is a photo challenge. The writing is slow to come forth. I was sick for almost two week, then our wi-fi was intermittent. Even with Spring Break, I still had to prepare lectures for the following week since we visited Yosemite for Easter weekend. My step-son is here so we have been enjoying a lot of leisure time! I shouldn’t complain, but these weeks have really flown by.
April proves to be another busy month as we begin the process of moving our trailer into our windsurf camp at the delta. I also have the distinct pleasure of participating in the Bloggers at Midlife Conference in Las Vegas in mid-April. I hope to draw more inspiration about writing and blogging and meet some amazing bloggers.
This photo is submitted for “Gap”-Week 19 of the weekly photo challenge sponsored by Hugh’s Views and News. And thank you, Hugh, for hosting my blog all month on your sidebar as your featured blogger!