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Life Lessons Learned Through Seaglassing — Christine’s Writing Experience

Guest post!

Christine Doyle is a passionate seaglasser. Her hobby takes her to many beaches searching for treasures from the sea. Besides these tangible treasures, she has also discovered intangible lessons that she shares in this story. Enjoy! MTH

I developed a love of seaglassing around a time I went through a terribly stressful period with my mother which culminated in her passing away. Experiencing so many feelings all at once had me reeling and not knowing what to do so I sought out the beach. It was there I could wander, my head […]

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by | January 15, 2020 · 10:30 am

For the Love of Labyrinth — Christine’s Writing Experience

Christine Doyle has been writing for the Bellingham Bulletin, as well as for herself on her blog, and she shared this story with our local writing group. She combines a yearning for adventure with a winsome sense of humor I think you will enjoy. Come take an “Easy Walk” with Christine through some local labyrinths.

MTH

I walked my first labyrinth this past May when my family and I had visited Heritage Gardens in Sandwich, MA. “A maze!” I exclaimed to my family, but my daughter quickly corrected me, “It’s a labyrinth.” A maze is a complex series of pathways with many choices needed to be made to find a way […]

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by | December 11, 2019 · 3:23 pm

Repairing the Bike Path — From the Seasonally Occupied Territories . . .

Great article by Martha’s Vineyard resident Susanna Sturgis, about her local bike trail, and what it takes to keep these wonderful trails in good repair. (Marjorie)

 

“Infrastructure” comes up in political conversations a lot these days, and with good reason: infrastructure is crucial to the smooth running of any enterprise, but it often gets short shrift when it comes time to budget money for it. Why? Well, one reason is surely that when infrastructure is in good repair, it’s invisible to […]

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by | October 22, 2018 · 2:35 pm