12 Sep Seashells Galore
The day before the September full moon, I went where few people have ever been before, my garage. Yes, a few of you have been there before talking, sitting, observing, or just passing through with a shellful mind. But on Saturday I cleaned (and went through 17 years worth of,” shall I say treasures?”) and found many new treasures in my quest to see the other end of the garage. I found a bowl full of sharks eyes from 1994. A beautiful white fighting conch and king’s crown’s from 1998 not far from Watson’s place in the Ten Thousand Islands. The other gem found was boxes of beautiful shells and pieces of shell, bone and fossils for shell jewelry. I have not made any shell jewelry for a long time. The garage is clean now, my little writing table that was off to the side is vacant of words. The new/ old treasures have been relocated to the back porch. The back porch that I promise to organize on the first snow day I get.