Three Years, a Blog, and a Cottage Later


Hello, Welcome to Marcia’s Cottage by the Sea. I’m so happy to see you today my friend. Shall we have a little tea.


It’s arrived.


Yippee! I get to begin another project here in my sweet cottage.



I love November for many reasons. Mainly it’s my Gratitude month.


A month to embrace all the things that I’m most grateful for.


Even though I’m very aware of the good  occurrences in everyday life November is it’s  gentle reminder.


As you must know unless you are new to my blog is that I’m so grateful to have the opportunity to live here on the Oregon coast.


It’s allowed me many wonderful, and different opportunities for experiencing life.


With that said this past week on November 1, I celebrated 3 years of blogging.


So much has happened 543 posts & lots of new friends since that first spontaneous post I decided to write one day as I was getting my car washed.


And, since I often tend to be goal oriented I most likely would have missed wonderful lessons along the way, had it not been November; my month of gratitude.


Now when I look back on those 3 years I see how important the process is in any new undertaking or journey in life. The process is where the magic happens. It’s what helps us continue what we started .


 A journey with exciting and educating ventures to experience en route with a life of changing adventures.

Cheers to the weekend!

ps…don’t forget to turn your clocks back.

And what better way to start off the month than with a November walk on the Oregon coast.


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5 Responses to Three Years, a Blog, and a Cottage Later

  1. Joe Kuehner says:

    Thank you for the reminder to be grateful and that things work in a progressive way!

  2. Lilli says:

    Thank you so much for posting this lovely video! I swear I can smell the salt air. I am in western MT, and leave soon for winter in Yuma, AZ. But you, my friend, are living my dream! Happy November!

  3. Kristie says:

    Looks like a beautiful area for a nice invigorating walk! Grateful, indeed!

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