Beachville Summer Sunset

Dreaming of a Cool Ocean Breeze in My Hometown

Beachville Summer Sunset

I just love this photo from my hometown! My little brother sent it to me a couple of days ago and it reminded me of summers growing up at the beach on the Northern Oregon coast. We’ve begun a hot streak here in the city near Portland and seeing this image had me dreaming of a cool ocean breeze and an awe-inspiring sunset like this one.

Beachville Summer Sunset

Today the weather forecast is for 90°, which is a bit too much for me, so thank goodness for air conditioning. When I look at this pic and imagine standing at the edge of the massive Pacific Ocean, I see the beauty and vastness of the sea and that makes me infinitely aware of God’s presence. This photograph is spectacular!

Beachville Summer Sunset

My novel Heart Seasons takes place in a fictional coastal town and was inspired by my own hometown. I was born just four blocks from the beach and always feel drawn to the sea. Who knows, maybe I’ll live near it again one day!


May I recommend my fiction novel Heart Seasons either for yourself or as a gift. Heart Seasons: A Journey of Miracles is a spiritual, inspirational fictional story based on real life events and it is my pleasure to share it with you!


Heart Seasons Second Edition Cover

HERE’S WHERE TO FIND IT:

AMAZON BOOKS

AMAZON KINDLE eBOOK

Find out what HEART SEASONS is all about.

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3 comments

    1. Yes, that’s true. When I stand at the edge of the water it’s actually somewhat overwhelming, but calming at the same time. The power, the grace, the energy make an impression on you.

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