Wednesday, August 2, 2017

August Daze

Dance with the waves, move with the sea
Let the rhythm of the water 
set your soul free.
                                  ~Christy Ann Martine

Vacation in Hawaii was fabulous! All those descriptive phrases, all
the adjectives that can set your mind thinking of that big, beautiful,
bounty of deep blue water fits. How can you not be happy while
walking along the beach. Endless sounds of the sea crashing on the
shore casts its spell...only to repeat again and again. I love the 
ocean, the sand hot, you make the dash to the salty sea, and you're 
embraced by the cold water and the heat of sun. It is its own therapy!

At the beach, life is different. Time doesn't move
hour to hour but mood to moment. We live by the
currents, plan by the tides, and follow the sun.

There is much to see and do in Hawaii, (Maui and Honolulu 
for us). Tropical flowers, exotic fruits, luaus,volcanoes, and 
historic sites await you in these lush surroundings. 

The view from the balcony of our rooms were amazing and 
inviting. We couldn't wait to be out in this paradise. 

There are so many pictures and stories to share. It was exciting, 
it was a getaway, it was tropical, and it was fun to share it with 
our daughter and son in law. If you want an adventure, visit
Hawaii! I guarantee you'll be so happy you did. Please enjoy
the beach scene picture I took and Waterlogued. Copy onto
heavy stock paper and frame if you'd like.

ALOHA everybody and thanks for stopping by!
Visit me on Instagram dianarn2627 to see more pictures of
Hawaii and lots of other great stuff. 


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