January 15th, 2017—The date of my first blog post on Peace of the Shore. Since then I’ve posted every Sunday, without missing a week (albeit there have been a few close calls). 57,000 words have told the story leading up to this 100th and final post. I didn’t plan for such a rounded ending but … Continue reading Post #100 – THE END
Here is a list of seven of the simple pleasures in my life. These are the things I look forward to each morning when I wake up. Morning Coffee I usually stick to one coffee a day, but I make sure to enjoy the hell out of it. There’s nothing better in the … Continue reading Seven Simple Pleasures
This summer, I went to donate blood for the first time. In my mind, this was a way to get some free cookies while making sure I didn’t have AIDS—the donation part was a positive after effect. I half convinced myself I was ready to donate, though I made a few critical errors in my … Continue reading Blood, It’s in you to Live.
Stuck in the cliffs by old pier ninety-nine, Waves hit the rocks like thoughts to my mind, A good day for the windmills, a good year for the sea, A good job by the boys on ferry number three, Like seafoam green sea glass that tumbles to shore, Be shaped by the places you’ve yet … Continue reading Pier 99