I've been in Florida for days and had not yet been to the ocean. I took a few hours Friday afternoon to drive to Hutchinson Island. It's a barrier island and more built up than I imagined it would be. However, once you get to the beach it looks a lot like most of the beaches I've seen on the southeast coast of the US.
Once I got past the high sand dune with the grasses, the beach was long and full of people. I'm generalizing but it looked like the retirees were enjoying relaxing and those under the age of 25 were playing. This man was in no hurry to go anywhere. I wonder if I'm going to enjoy that feeling when I retire? I don't like sitting and relaxing for more than a few minutes at a time now. I think I'd need a personality transplant. But I'm not retired yet so maybe that feeling comes.
I, dressed in my clothes for the lecture tonight, was completely out of context.
But my feet were at home in the sand…
I know many of you are 'enjoying' storms and frozen weather. Here's hoping a bit of the beach will warm you up!