Feelin’ breezy

If you ever travel to Tybee Island, Georgia, and find you’ve packed your suitcase too full and something has to get left behind, leave your pants.

Nobody wears them.

Especially not women.

I found that I have packed way too many articles of clothing that cover my lower body. Seriously every female being that wanders past our condo is sans pants and usually sans shirts. Friends, we’re not AT the beach yet. We’re NEAR the beach. It’s a big difference and it demands you put on some pants.

I can see where they’d be tempted, though, as I’m sitting here at 8 AM in a T-shirt on our little deck looking at the beach. That’s 8 in the morning, in case you missed it, Washington. I don’t think there’s ever been an 8 AM in Washington that didn’t require at least a hoodie. People here start their days bright and early with very little clothing and retain that same level of near nudity until dark. After that I’m not sure what they do in regards to clothing. I went inside. If you’re ok with that much chubble flapping around in broad daylight, I don’t want to know what you’re comfortable with after dark.

Anyway, it’s beautiful here. Every morning the beach is empty and


And then by mid-morning it looks like this image

Things really get hopping. Overall though, despite leaving all their modesty neatly packed away in their luggage, people are nice. It’s a calm, friendly, clean, sunny place.

I’m going to go grab some coffee and continue to enjoy my view, but I’ll leave you with a few more photos of our day at the beach.

Happy spring, everyone!




Texas Teaser

I just got back from Austin, Texas, last night and there’s still a little smoke smell left in my hair from the last BBQ joint we hit up for lunch.  My goal is to somehow post photos of some of the things we did while we were there.  If I ever get around to that, you can consider this video a little teaser, a visual hors d’oeuvre.  Even if that never ends up happening, this video needed to be seen.

I had “draw a fish” cycling over and over in my mind the whole rest of the week.  Thanks for sharing the fun, Mattsons!