We spent Saturday at Medrona Marsh, in Torrance, CA. Such beautiful treasures to be found.

But, first, a game of rugby in the parking lot.

 

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And then, cacti to admire.

 

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We discovered that if you caress them, gently, they won’t hurt you, not one little bit (his nails are now cut and cleaned!).

 

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We found caterpillars… lots of them. We think they are monarchs but we’re confused that they aren’t eating Milkweed… or is it?

 

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And magical places.

 

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I caught a loving daddy/daughter moment that melted a mom’s heart.

 

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My heart, right there, in a puddle at their feet.

 

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Our weekly nature walks bring us so much peace. They ground us and bring us together and set us free. My only wish is that we could be out in nature like this every day.

Blessings and magic,

Donni

 

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  1. Love that you have weekly nature walks! We would too here, however the huge amounts of snow kind of get in the way! Although we did follow some deer tracks in our backyard one evening! Love, love, love the nature pics you posted!

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