I tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday. It’s relatively mild. I’ve been home self-isolating all week.
Unfortunately, I can’t go out on my walks. It’s a bit depressing.
One thing I can do–when not sleeping or listening to the Padres or reading a book–is scroll through my blog. To me, Cool San Diego Sights is almost like a journal. (A good reason for you to start your own blog!) The thousands of photographs and written descriptions help me to remember all the things I’ve experienced during past walks. It’s hard to believe, but I’ve been doing this blogging thing for almost nine years.
So here I am, wondering this Friday morning if there are some old images I could easily repost. Then thinking: there are so many butterfly pics!
How appropriate. Butterflies are symbols of hope, transformation and healing.
These bright butterflies were spotted all over San Diego, from Escondido to Imperial Beach, from Mission Bay to El Cajon, and everywhere in between. How many do you recognize?
Fortunately, I still have many unused photos in my computer. So this weekend don’t be surprised if you see blog posts concerning past walks in La Jolla, Carlsbad, Old Town, Balboa Park, and perhaps elsewhere!
This blog now features thousands of photos around San Diego! Are you curious? There’s lots of cool stuff to check out!
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