sunday’s beach visit. #photography

On Sunday, my daughter and I took a ride to my favorite beach in the area. Unfortunately, parking at this beach is restricted to local residents between Memorial Day and Labor Day… so I can’t visit during the summer months. But I hate crowds anyway… so it doesn’t matter. I’ll go back in September… or today.

It wasn’t crowded when we went. Maybe because the weather was kind of gross… too much humidity. At least it was windy. I like windy. Not hurricane-force windy… just pleasantly breezy.

We walked for a while… got our feet wet. It was fun. But I could tell the rain was coming. In fact, moments after we left the beach parking lot, it started.

Then we went out for iced coffee. Well, she didn’t get coffee (not that she wouldn’t drink it if I let her). She got chocolate milk.

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I’d love to move into the huge beautiful house right behind this archway…

What’s left of a dock that was there long ago…

That’s all for now… Have a nice day.

With any luck (but not bad luck like usual), I will post again later. But I can’t make any promises… I still have little ability to write. Can’t stop thinking it’s going to be this way forever. Sucks.

 

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Sandra is a writer, blogger, poet, artist, emotional disaster. She thinks far too much and sleeps far too little. Sandra lives in the Northeastern U.S. but dreams of an oceanfront home in Hawaii where she could learn to surf. She loves books, brutal honesty, coffee, and the color black. She hates insincerity, beer, whipped cream, and facebook. And she is uncomfortable talking about herself in the third person.
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22 Responses to sunday’s beach visit. #photography

  1. Love the weather beaten dock! Glad y’all had a fun day. As far the writing slump, don’t stress it. Mojo is fickle, you know that. It’ll be back soon. 😊

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  2. Cyranny says:

    Listen to Sonofa, Sandra 🙂 He’s one wise fellow!

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  3. Mel Gutiér says:

    Beautiful share!

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  4. Meg says:

    Love your photos. I am always envious that your have a beach that close. I read the other comments and I’m so sorry you’re having a bad day… but I think Beach is right, go outside and walk around a little. My head clears when I go out and move. And let me reassure you regarding the writer’s block. You just finished a time sensitive, month long project! Your brain is still recovering. If you can’t write a longer story, try something short: less than 500 words. Sending love and hugs, darling! xo

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    • Thanks. ♥ The beach in these photos is about 20-25 minutes away (depending on how much I speed). It’s my favorite of the ones near me. But I’m not counting the ones on Cape Cod… since my favorite one there is about an hour away (more with traffic).

      I did get out of the house… just did a few errands… but I feel a little better now. I think I have a serious problem with mornings… and getting myself going. That’s why I have better days when I have some kind of appointment… I’m forced to get myself out the door.

      I feel like I’m out of ideas for writing. Although there is a sort of mundane topic I thought of writing about a little while ago. Maybe I’ll do it… even though it’s not very exciting…

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      • Meg says:

        You absolutely should. Sometimes writing mundane things can open up your mind to new ideas. I use that as a way to get from one scene to the next when I don’t know what to write. I’ll send a character grocery shopping or do house cleaning just to get past the spot I’m stuck on. :

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