Last week I received a lovely e-mail from a reader by the name of Hannah who lives elsewhere but owns property in Mathews. She very graciously granted me permission to
Her dock is one you could perch on and sit, mesmerized, for a long time, staring off into the distance, as you slowly unwind and decompress.
I have a friend who routinely says decompose instead of decompress. Although I always laugh at the mix-up, here recently I've come to realize that in order to truly relax you do indeed have to
Sitting at the end of a dock is a great way to decompose and decompress.
Yesterday I remembered I hadn't
So I wrote the names of Monday's commenters and dropped them in my favorite mesh John Deere baseball cap, which I wear during grass-cutting season.
Grass Cutting Season runs roughly from March 1 through November 30 here in Mathews, concurrent with Insect Season.
Then I closed my eyes, reached in, and in some strange twist of events, picked....
The very same Hannah who let me visit her property!
Thank you and congratulations, Hannah! E-mail me your address and the DVD will be in the mail as soon as I can get to the post office. (At the rate I've been averaging, you can expect the DVD by Christmas.) You will definitely appreciate the message and spirit of the film.
Here's to a relaxing weekend full of moments of
When was the last time you sat on the end of a dock and just listened?