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Sunday, May 25, 2008

Sea Cliff On Memorial Day

My friend Sarah and I went to Sea Cliff today to exchange energy work. I felt so pulled to go to this spot today and Sarah was completely agreeable.





I didn't know why I felt so pulled to go to this spot today. When we arrived I saw that there is a memorial to war veterans that gave their life right at the spot I told her I very much wanted to go today. Very befitting for Memorial Day, don't you think?

Here are the photos from our day.












































We laid our blanket down to exchange energy work
in that wide open spot just past the bush in this photo.





















Sarah is taking a photo of a flower on the tree.
















Here's me trying to be artsy with my camera.
I think this shot is cool!

















And here is why Sea Cliff is called Sea Cliff.
this is the view of the harbor.

6 comments:

Carrie said...

I am so small town, what is energy work?

Gypsy said...

Sorry, I must be small town too and would also be interested to know what it is.

Looks like a lovely spot. Happy Memorial Day.

Lauren said...

OK...because there are two of you saying the same thing i will try to answer this although cryptically because I don't want my personal blog searchable by what I do and my name having clients find my personal issues...sure you can understand.

Look up Caroline Myss's name. See what she says about energy medicine and the disciplines that fall under that. One of them I do. you can always email me at my sites address at gmail and I will be extremely direct with you there. :-)

Drowsey Monkey said...

Beautiful photos.

I didn't know what energy work was either...thanks for that, very interesting.

Julie said...

It looks like you went to a great spot for the holiday! Great pictures!

Lauren said...

Drowsey and Julie, OH YES! This place is one of my favorite spots to be. There is a store there that I love to visit all the time. The architecture of the buildings are enchanting. The surrounding homes are are amazing and the views from just about everywhere are just to die for. It's about a half hour drive from where I live. with gas costing what it does today, I can't go as often as I'd like but will be back there for sure, soon!