whale Change | Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

Coming soon: Link to Waterfront Photography, in historic downtown Hyannis, Massachusetts, Cape Cod, USA 02651

October 30, 2009


Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 6:37 am

Why is it that leaves can change, in fact it is as natural as the wind, yet people have such a difficult time with it?  That is one of the many reasons I love New England so much–change.  The seasons on Cape Cod are extraordinary–with Spring bringing flowers and hope; Summer, gentle breezes caressing the soft, white sand dunes; Fall displaying vibrant colors of yellow, orange and red; and the Winter clarity of white snow falling gently on a dory.  The ever changing weather patterns give one permission to stop and enjoy the moment– be it tanning on the beaches of Nantucket or driving through the abundant snow on route 6A without another soul in sight; just you, the seals and the stars.  Looking ahead to this historic vote in the United States House of Representatives and Senate regarding something as important as your health and your family’s, it seems our elected officials could take a lesson from the Oak tree’s playbook on change–get on the right side of history before it’s too late.  This is not about war, it’s about saving people’s lives–if you can look into the camera and tell the truth that you just don’t care, most of your electorate would have more respect for you, rather than just ignoring the flagrant lies you and the insurance cartel spread like manure on a fine golf course.  Have a great week end!  Peace~ M

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