Shape Of Love NOW – This week in movie-making

+ Reviewing new love leads

+ Considering finding Ruth Sargent (since one of her books found me). She’s 98.

PHOTO and QUICK PONDER of the Week: Good Night Light

I took a walk at dusk and said good-bye to the last light of 2018 at Spring Point Light in South Portland. I wouldn’t have been able to walk to it in the first 54 years of its existence. Finished in 1897, the lighthouse was eventually connected to the land by a breakwater built in 1950-1951 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Early pictures of the lighthouse make it look lonely; (see Spring Point Light’s website), but I guess lighthouses are used to being lonely.

Later in the night, I decided to usher in the New Year by going through another old box of my Mom’s. Even though she’s been gone for over two years, I continue to find miscellaneous time capsules and memories in the basement. In this box, I found a book written by Maine author, Ruth Sargent. I opened it up, and it was autographed…to me, in 1995, a gift my Mom must have tucked away and forgotten to give me.

I got it now.

Happy New Year and thanks for the reading, Mom. Happy New Year and thanks for reading, All.

Tonya

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