A little reminder for @bluebirdsonawire. I know your heart is heavy tonight, gorgeous girl, but you can take advantage of that weight and lift it higher than the sorrow it carries. You can lift yourself back up.
Match items from nature, like shells and rocks, with quotes or words that have meaning to you or loved ones.
Christine, from A Mermaid’s Tale, picked a quote from Maggie Barratt’s At the water’s edge:
Spending summers by the sea, we learn to live by the tide instead of the clock. We decorate our tables and ledges with beach treasures and live well in sparsely furnished cottages, rich in spirit and happy to have no distractions but the sea outside the window; and each time we look out to sea, we rest a little deeper, grow a little stronger, sleep a little more soundly.
In this page i tried lot of new things and they took me plenty of time.
I went Hong Kong from January 27 to 31.It was kind disappointed,maybe because I fantasized Hong Kong too much.I interested in Hong Kong because my favorite author Eileen Chang（the woman in the photo) .She was plan to study in England,but because of the world war two,she went Hong Kong instead.
The repulse bay is fascinating,I saw the beautiful sea which appeared in my dream
repeatedly.Eileen Chang and her mother used being there too.