We got up early enough to see the stars in the sky and before the roosters announced the day. The reward was a beach littered with seashells, corals, starfish and more – remnants from the storm leaving our shore. Continue reading “Saving Starfish on the Beach”
We survived Hurricane Hermine!
We’ve been watching Hermine’s path closely this past week, and it was with a sigh of relief that we saw the path move further and further north of us. By yesterday we were officially out of the path and out of the cone, but we’ve been under tropical storm warnings with tropical storm winds. Continue reading “Bye Bye Hurricane Hermine”
It was a stormy morning at the beach, but we braved the storms and were rewarded with a double rainbow. Continue reading “A Double Rainbow at the Beach”
Anywhere we go in our new town, we are surrounded by beauty. This view from one of the rivers going through the town takes my breath away every time we pass it. I just want to pause and take it all in. Continue reading “Coastal Living – Passing A Lazy River On Our Way Home”
After a couple of weeks at our new home, we’re finally coming around to the fun part. We – my frugal husband – have spent a lot of time fixing up all the not-so-fun parts, and now it’s my turn. Continue reading “Bringing The Beach Inside with Tropical Surf Paint from Glidden”
Morning walks on the beach with my daughter is sure to bring a god start to any day. Continue reading “Walks On The Beach”
After a decade in the city, our new backyard view amazes me every day. We’re in the middle of putting up a privacy fence, a long-time dream of ours, but it won’t ruin the view, because our home is sitting up high. Continue reading “Our Country Backyard”
Our new home is still in the middle of move-in disarray, as we are fixing up one project after another. Continue reading “Collecting Seashells”
Nature sure does reward those, who make it up before the sun. We were greeted by amazing beauty and a slight beach fog yesterday morning, what a way to get energized.
We live within the city limits, but it almost feels like country living. We’re used to not being able to converse on our way home from school because of the noise from traffic. Now we can hear the birds sing.