On A Blanket With Your Baby, That’s Where You Should Be

On a blanket


What’s that you say? You don’t have access to the beach? Well, worry and sweat no longer, because I’m taking you with me today for a short walk through the marsh and over the dunes. So grab the sunscreen, a big floppy hat and your flip-flops, and follow along.

But, before we take the first step, I encourage you to start the song below and enjoy the smooth sounds of The Drifters as you slowly scroll your way down to the sea. Come on. We’re almost there…

Even as the skies darken with the threat of an approaching storm, the magic of the ocean is still there.

And then there’s this…


Now, don’t you feel better? Okay, so get back to work. Your editor won’t wait forever!

9 replies
  1. Kathy Crouch
    Kathy Crouch says:

    Thanks Lee, I just spent most of yesterday with a friend touring Cocoa Beach, FL. Loving it with Gators and Disney coming up and maybe a trip across to the underwater world.

  2. Liz Tully
    Liz Tully says:

    Thank you Lee, the magic of the ocean is always there! One of my fondest childhood memories is the birthday of a friend who insisted her dad follow through on the promise of a birthday at the beach, even though the weather had turned ugly. We were five little girls, almost alone, eating creamsicles and watching the waves under dark skies.


  3. Holly McClure
    Holly McClure says:

    So I took a break to look at these, now I have to go to the beach.
    Thanks a lot for encouraging the slacker side of me, that lazy, shiftless woman who would much rather play than work.

  4. Tricia
    Tricia says:

    Love the pictures, they are really beautiful. I almost wish I hadn’t looked because now the ocean is calling my name and I have revisions to work on. Oh well maybe next week end. Today I am chained to my laptop.

  5. Pat Marinelli
    Pat Marinelli says:

    As someone who can no longer trek to the beach, I so appreciate these photos. Truly awesome! Thanks. I hang out at the dock and write but I miss the waves. It just isn’t the same.

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