Portonova Italy with chalk.

Jesus is speaking and He says to anyone who will listen in the churches. I will sustain you with my help ( the hidden manna of my Words) and I will give you a new name, only you know, written on a white stone to show the personal transformation of your nature through me.

Revelation 2:17 ( Sandy’s understanding)
Ever green oaks growing on the hills soften the bright white of chalk to green again.
That white chalk was formed from planktonic green algae that lived floating in the upper levels of the ocean.
When the algea died, their remains sank to the bottom of the ocean and combined with the remains of other creatures to form the chalk that shapes the cliffs today. This is the mountain of Conero.
Here children play on a large broken chunk as the sun starts to go behind the mountain early with the hour change.
Very dry pebbles rolled smooth by the sea. Then left in the sun till the next change over with a storm.
Others being rolled smooth and oval like eggs some round but often elliptical when a little flat. Chalk – white making the sea crystal clear and part of a blue sky.
Sea and sky a combination of dramatic together for ever.
Natural beauty.
Working on each other for better or worse.
All day, all night.

Portonova nestled in the Conero ‘Natural’ Park in Le Marche all unspoiled.

Here are some jokes and a couple of phrasal verbs with chalk!!!

” Did you see they finally came out with a new chalk board? It’s pretty remarkable “


The professor had used the entire blackboard for the lecture. The blackboard was chalk – full of information.


to chalk up – We have chalked up 44 years of doing life together. We chalk this up to doing one day at time. Not overly worried about yesterday or tomorrow. ( achieve, attain , attribute, assign)

Thank you for looking at this post. And just a reminder from John Lennon: ” The sun is up, the sky is blue, it is beautiful and so are you.” Have a lovely time of day.

Sandy 🙂

8 thoughts on “Portonova Italy with chalk.

  1. Breathtaking images interesting information about chalk and very humorous jokes. Once again you made my day. Thank you so much dear Sandy really needed a laugh this days. 🙏🙏❤👍👍🤗🤗


  2. 44 years is quite the accomplishment! My husband and I will be celebrating our 23rd anniversary this month and we too try and take it one day at a time.


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