… but shouldn’t we at least check? – Unknown.
How is your summer going?
It’s extremely hot everywhere, if you’re not at the beach.
A friend shared a picture from the English countryside that looks more like dry-heat Southern California that cool, humid, rainy England.
The beach makes everything better, thought, doesn’t it?
I’m not one for sunbathing, but love walking along the promenade, looking out into the vastness of the Pacific. Maybe going into the water. And of course, enjoying the weather.
It’s 25 degrees cooler at the beach – a mere thirty-minute drive from my house. Driving there alone, watching the temperature drop, rolling down the windows, and you feel the stress level drop.
One day at the beach and it’s easy to forget yesterday’s worries.
Weather ran the gamut – from overcast to blue skies, from cold to sunny – and I loved it all.
If anything, I prefer the cooler, overcast days at the beach. The silence of the waves. Because there is a certain silence there, within that roar. The seagulls, the waves, the surfers bobbing at the surface of the water, waiting to catch a wave. It’s all part of a meditative silence.
It’s easy to get lost and find yourself again at the beach.
To set yourself right.
So, we kept going up the coast, not ready for the drive back home. Beach after beach, town after town.
Just one more day, then one more.