Sequim Daily Photo is Closing It's Doors, so to speak


It’s been a rough spring.  An aging loved one, mini fires to put out, and meeting myself coming and going,  has lead me to ask my brother, Denton, to remove my name from the City Daily Photo group.  I had a wonderful time…got to know my town of Sequim much better, and met a lot of nice people.

Hopefully when I can slow down a bit, I will start a new blog with photos I like, that doesn’t require me to post a new one each day.  As you can see, as of late, I failed miserably.

I would like to thank each and everyone of you who has taken the time to visit, leave a comment, and who gently encouraged me to come back.  Another day…

17 thoughts on “Sequim Daily Photo is Closing It's Doors, so to speak”

  1. I have enjoyed your pictures very much, as I know have your other loyal visitors. You will be missed. Hope all will be well with you and your’s. Take good care.

  2. Norma,

    Wishing you all the best as you focus on the more important things in life that are needing your attention at this time. I’ve very much enjoyed your daily posts and hope to see you back online someday down the road.

  3. Norma,

    You have done a great job of showing people a slice of Sequim. For many things there is a season and you are not being fair to yourself if you push too hard. If a time comes in the future when you do this again, many of us will eagerly follow you.

  4. I log onto many daily photos, and you one the best! I have enjoyed your pictures and comments! take care.

  5. Hi, Norma –

    Sorry that you’re having to give up the daily photos but I certainly understand how life and families can move to the top of the priority list in a hurry. Best wishes that all will be happily resolved.

    See you soon, Ellen

  6. I will miss your posts, you were my daily Sequim “fix”. We plan to move there in a few years, if I see you on the street, I will thank you in person. Take care of yourself.

  7. Norma, Have never been to Sequim but feel like I could have lived there in a former life–thanks to your wonderful photos and comments. Health and family always come first. Thanks.

  8. Everytime I saw your photos I could smell lavender so go now and do the same for yourself.

  9. Your photos were a touchstone as my husband and I prepared to move to Sequim (in March this year). They filled our hearts with images of the place we love and guided us to new places. (I’ll always be grateful for your introducing me to Bell St. Bakery!) Now that we’re here they’ve been equally pleasurable. Thank you for all the love — and hard work — you’ve put into the Sequim photos. I’ll miss them but wish you all the best as you move forward, with time to take care of your life. . .I hope I’ll see you around & can treat you to a Bell St. cookie!

  10. I was so afraid you were going to be giving up the pictures. I visit every day and feel like you are family. Your family will be in my prayers and I hope you will soon be at a place in life where things will slow down and you can return to posting your beautiful pictures. Thanks for all the fun.

  11. Norma,
    Thank you so much for the photos you post. I look for them almost everyday. The photos help me reconnect with Sequim and then connect with my Mom, Cynthia Birklid, whom passed away July 1st, of 09. Some of the pictures bring back memories of my Mom and I. I might add that youtube has a post of Nora Jones singing My Blue Heaven. Photos of Sequim and Port Angeles are included in the post.

    Much appreciated,
    Brian Bagwell

  12. Norma, best wishes in any new pursuits and best of health to you; we’ve followed you faithfully from Nevada, Utah, Arizona and other temporary travel locations ~ always enjoyed your talents @ keeping us ‘connected’ to Sequim!

  13. Norma, you will be missed. Your Daily Photo was a bright spot in my day and I constantly was “finding” the places you took all the photos as we drove around town. May all your troubles be resolved and hopefully we will find an occasional new photo down the road. Blessings to you Norma and maybe someday I will spot you in Sequim!

  14. I’ll miss checking for your photos Norma, I loved coming every day to see what great shots you’d came up with. Thankfully I don’t have to go far to visit you and find out what you are up to.

  15. Norma, enjoy your hiatus, and when the shutter bug hits again, we will be glad to see you back. In the meantime, it looks like you’ve got a wonderful friend to keep us getting our Sequim photo fix. 🙂
    Hey, I didn’t know you and Denton were related! If he gets out this way to see you, please let me know and I will try to drive up to meet you all, or if you get down to Seattle. . .

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