#100MaineDays: Part Seven

Written by Jacqueline Newell

Day Fifty

Day Fifty

This year, I kept a log of at least one good thing every single day. I took this photo back in July to show how full my mason jar was becoming. By December 31, it was jam packed.

Day Fifty-One

Day Fifty-One

How I spend my time at Portland International Jetport.

Day Fifty-Two

Day Fifty-Two

This creepy ice cream truck likes to circle through my neighborhood. Somehow, I have inherited the ability to hear ice cream trucks coming from long distances. Thanks, mom.

Day Fifty-Three

Day Fifty-Three

Jazz on the lawn at Inn by the Sea. Bring your lawn chair and they supply the bottles of wine.

Day Fifty-Four

Day Fifty-Four

Inn by the Sea summer flowers.

Day Fifty-Five

Day Fifty-Five

I headed down to SoPoSup, a paddle board company, who works with Willard Beach Yoga Studio to bring us paddleboard yoga! A woman named Brenda came by the Inn one day and offered me a free class – of course I went!

Day Fifty-Six

Day Fifty-Six

Storm watching at Kettle Cove, Cape Elizabeth, Maine.

Day Fifty-Seven

Day Fifty-Seven

Hi Mom!

Day Fifty-Eight

Day Fifty-Eight

Sunshine after the rain at home. Cape Elizabeth, Maine.

Day Fifty-Nine

Day Fifty-Nine

Portland, Maine’s love locks. Located right next to Portland Lobster Co.

Day Sixty

Day Sixty

Higgins Beach sunset after a day of fishing with my dad. Scarborough, Maine.

Day Sixty-One

Day Sixty-One

Mom tested out her lobster mac & cheese recipe for our family’s Sea Food Fest 2014. Cape Elizabeth, Maine.

Day Sixty-Two

Day Sixty-Two

Rainy days are a great opportunity to catch up on some letter writing. Cards by May Designs.

Day Sixty-Three

Day Sixty-Three

Dad’s daisies. Cape Elizabeth, Maine.

Day Sixty-Four

Day Sixty-Four

Cape Elizabeth Croquet Team meets on Fowler Road.

Day Sixty-Five

Day Sixty-Five

A neighbor’s croquet brackets with a circus twist. Cape Elizabeth, Maine.

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