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St. Lucian Sunset

Photo taken by first-time contributor nomaggsrush, a woman currently living near Reading UK, however, she shall soon be “going nomadic” in retirement. She has had unipolar depression since her late teens, possibly due to a gene and a personality disordered mother. Unfortunately due to a couple of events (not due to her mother) she also has had PTSD for 18 years. She has spent her working life as a dual registered general and mental health nurse. She has a particularly warped sense of humour, like most nurses she has encountered – her first date with her late husband (a fireman) was spent trying to top each other’s gory experiences. He won.

About this photo: “St. Lucian Sunset describes how lucky I have been to have had real love in my life. My husband, my children, my brother and my best friend. I had my first solo holiday at a wonderful spa in St Lucia in 2004, the first real relaxation for many years.”

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7 comments on “St. Lucian Sunset

  1. danielbarbumediapro
    August 28, 2013

    Somehow this picture makes me so vulnerable. love the colours. -keep it up-

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  2. Paula McLane Jennings
    August 28, 2013

    spectascular photo! I love sunsets!

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  3. Gorgeous image! Love that the tide and waves created a sideways heart in the sand! Thanks for sharing your beautiful photo and touching (yet humorous) story!

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  4. ezanneo
    August 29, 2013

    Reblogged this on ezanneotsani.

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  5. OyiaBrown
    August 29, 2013

    Reblogged this on Oyia Brown.

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  6. paleblueeyes0
    August 29, 2013

    BEAUTIFUL

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  7. amrodthegreat
    August 30, 2013

    Love the colours.

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