Go to the ocean. All else can wait. Everything will be there waiting for you when you get back.
How can you resist the call of the sea? Where is the will power to stay home and do laundry or anything? It’s a call hard to ignore. Have you heard it before?
There’s no regret once you arrive. It’s worth it!
And don’t worry over the weather forecast, they are wrong most of the time. And besides, if it rains you won’t melt :)).
If you get too hot there’s always the pier. A delightful spot to find some shade. Before you settle down on the beach, look first for a nearby pier and get closeby. The piers make for an interesting place to watch the different goings on, fishing etc.
Lie back and take a nap.
Don’t forget your flops! The sand is super hot, so be kind to your feet.
Make friends with the seagulls. They are beautiful, friendly creatures and will gladly come and visit. They love to eat food from outstretched arms. No fears, they don’t bite.
If you enjoy people watching there’s plenty here to entertain yourself… People are sleeping, others quietly reading, many talking, and everyones enjoying themselves mostly simply relaxing.
For me, it’s all about swimming. July is the perfect month for ocean swimming. The water feels like cool, liquid velvet swallowing your skin.
As the roll of the tide tosses you about to and fro, swimming parallel to the shore makes riding the waves smoother, and easier.
Experiencing “big blue” creates a state of calmness, openness, peacefulness and a great depth of happiness, often referred to as “the happy place”.
A blue mind. Do you have one?
To stand in front of the ocean and watch the waves crash against the shore, and to feel the sand tug under your feet is to fully know that you’re alive.
And this is the place that binds the soul by captivity with ocean forever. A relationship is formed that’s forever loyal, and dedicated to a certain kind of serenity not found anywhere else on the earth.
The ocean stirs the heart, inspires the imagination and brings eternal joy to the soul.
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Happy trails Donna George