Pandemic Pondering #524

We had a great Wednesday night bob last night. On leaving the water we realised we were not alone. A person, unknown to us, had had their ashes scattered on the beach earlier in the evening. Obviously the tide had not quite done what their family and friends had intended and they had been dumped, by the retreating tide, near the low water mark.

There were only four bobbers on the beach and it made us a little sad to think of someones loved one just waiting there alone for a final swim into infinity. Then the tide turned and they were off.

Delicate, swirling, white, whisps of ash and sea-water gently leaving the beach and heading for the sunset.

One thought on “Pandemic Pondering #524

  1. I found this touching. I think if it were me I’d welcome a little time alone before setting off on my last journey, especially in such a beautiful location. And the kindness of strangers to see me off. It somehow seems beautiful to me that this encounter happened.

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