I generally walk around the city (I am a pedometer geek, after all), mostly running errands like going to the post office and the library, but I also like to wander down to the park with the beach. It is appropriately named Lakefront Park because the waters of Lake Erie butt up against it. Today's wandering was no exception as the weather is mild enough for a pleasant stroll down along the beach, looking for beach glass.
Looking out on the lake is the inspiration for today's small stone:
water of icy blue, so pale that it seems the water has sucked the white light from the sun, yet no ice has formed on the lake, and offshore, in the distance, dozens of white ring-billed gulls swim; the horizon, a misty, darker hue
subject to shaping, and polishing into a pebble as round and smooth as the ones I found on the beach.
Causes Nancy Smith Supports
Doctors without Borders
American Diabetes Association