We got home from #sanibel last night.
I am left reflecting on the sound of the ocean. At times the roar of the waves, at others...the gentle caress of soft tide on white sand.
Shorebirds pecking for food as waves lap at their feet, running with incredible speed as they circle around you to avoid a danger that really isn’t present.
The cormorants, eagles, anhingas, alligators, pelicans, herons, egrets and much other wildlife is plentiful, colorful, and beautiful.
We rode bikes every day.
The island is flat with bike paths everywhere. “Good morning” and “hello”, both with smiles, are common phrases not often encountered in big cities.
The tone of my skin now, is foreign to those in Canada during the winter months. People will ask “Oh, have you been away?” Even though the answer thoroughly obvious.
I love #sanibelisland for it’s preserved lands, happy people, and peaceful way of life.
Cheers Sanibel, I hope to return soon.
When the hairs a mess and the make up is non existent, I’m probably cleaning. Actually I’m most likely NOT cleaning but the possibility is there.🤣🤣🤣
Sometimes I just sit down and sew! In the middle of the morning I’ll plop my butt into my sewing chair and with children running about and noise at its highest, I’ll grab a project and begin with a fast focused pace. Before I know it, boring T-shirt’s become fabulous and fun and a MUCH better representation of my personality.❤️
Taking time for myself isn’t a chore anymore and I no longer feel guilty.
Have fun! Enjoy something you LOVE! Yes, I love my children and TRUST ME they love me soooo much more when I make time to sew😉