"There's the ocean," I said, looking out over the azure waves, "it's amazing,"
"You mean you've never been here before?" Emma asked, incredulous, "I though you said Mama Hen brought you to Pawleys with her last year,"
"Yes," I replied, "but she didn't bring me down to the ocean. We only went as far as the dunes,"
I looked over at Emma and giggled. "You silly goose," I said, "your hat is too low!"
Emma pulled it back a little bit. "Is that better?"
The beach was on a very slight slope. That's why the water is tilted. :-)
"Oh, there are so many shells!" I shouted.
"See this one?" Emma said, "It has a barnacle on it,"
"Can I feel it?" I asked. She handed it to me.
"Some barnacles are very old," she said.
I handed it back to Emma and she slipped it in her pocket.
"It's such a wonderful day today, isn't it?" Emma asked.
"Yes," I replied, "It absolutely is,"
We stared out at the water for a few minutes, then turned and headed back inside.
What are you doing for the 4th of July?
Have you eve been to Pawleys Island, South Carolina?
P.S. Did you notice the "Pinning our Pics" box in the sidebar? That's right! You're free to pin our pictures now! Pleas don't abuse the right though, because they aren't watermarked. :-) Have fun!
P.P.S Mama Hen wants me to say that she is working on the book tutorial and that she'll put it up once we get back home.