Lately I have been around lots of the most adorable little kids. It has made me feel very nostalgic of my own who are not so little anymore. My little guy will be 19 in a few more months. I long for the days of vacationing on Topsail with my husband’s family. We had some amazing times at the beach, in the boats, catching dinner, and just being with family. Sadly the house has since been sold and the nieces and nephews are all grown up and getting married and having kids of their own. I truly treasure all of my photos from those trips and occasionally come across 1 that I need to share which probably doesn’t make me the favorite aunt for the day. Although I long to have these days back, I’m looking forward to welcoming a new generation and making memories with them too. – Diane
Daily Post theme – frame
Not too much to say about this one. It’s simply a sailboat framed between the trees. I guess it’s kind of looser meaning of the word frame.-Diane
We spent time in Provincetown, exploring art galleries and shops. The fresh seafood was amazing… Pretty much “lobstah” for breakfast lunch and dinner!
A beautiful bike ride to the coast proved challenging and rewarding to see the dunes and sea grasses framing the bold blues of the Atlantic. It was eerie that no one was in the water and we soon found out why… The purple shark warning flag was flapping in the breeze.
It was our first time on the cape, but God willing, not the last!
Photo Friday Theme – On A Walk by Kim
One of our favorite travels and most beautiful walks in Ireland was the Donegal Bay Coast. We visted the Glencolmcille Folk Village where we were immersed into traditional Irish culture. We had the opportunity to learn gaelic football, playing music and of course dance.
My husband and daughter took a great hike to one of the martel towers at a cliff’s edge …on a walk to remember.
In my dreams, I have a large window with this view in my home. It’s peaceful, quiet, has a private path to the beach, and has a great rocking chair to sit and read in. This was taken while on vacation on Topsail, NC. I love how everyone there names their homes. This one was called The Gritty Britches. – Diane