Bubbly Brunette

Effervescence with a Twist of Whine

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Back on the east end of the island this morning. The fella came along this time. We spotted a cruise ship heading toward the harbor just as we were arriving. They’ll dock, offload the current passengers, take on new passengers and be headed back out toward the Gulf by early this evening.

It was pretty overcast, but the sun did its best to break through the clouds. Beautiful as always.

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Morning walk on the far east end of the island today. I didn’t find any shells, but I got to see a gorgeous sunrise (and moonset).

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I seem to be developing a wee little interest in sea shells. Suddenly, there’s a whole mess of “shell” books sitting on my coffee table. And this morning I woke up at 6 am so I could drive to the west side of the island to go “shelling” where there would be fewer people. These are pics from this morning.

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I forgot we were under a high wind advisory until I got to the beach this morning. Sand in my eyes, mouth, hair … Still had a great walk, and I even found a little friend (Don’t worry - I put him back where I found him after I took his pic).

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nprfreshair:

Here comes the sun (scoobie doobie)
Have a nice weekend!
George Harrison’s original lyrics to Here Comes the Sun
via Classic Pics

nprfreshair:

Here comes the sun (scoobie doobie)

Have a nice weekend!

George Harrison’s original lyrics to Here Comes the Sun

via Classic Pics

(via npr)

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In honor of World Book Day, I dressed as Harriet the Spy. It was my absolute favorite book when I was just a wee tween. And it’s probably a good part of the reason I became a journalist/writer/all-around nosy person. I still have the copy I read as a kid (pictured). Long live Harriet!!

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