Saturday, July 07, 2012

A Bit of the Beach


Beautiful beach times near Charleston, South Carolina.


When we weren't on the sand or sightseeing in town, we were on the beautiful shaded back porch. Oh, the breeze.


And that storm. Lots of thunder, very little rain.




Giles brought a thrifted shirt to wear that exactly matched the cinder block walls: well done. Especially since the inside of the shirt weave was fluffy in a weird way. That was entertaining.




Alejandro came up from Savannah to join us for a couple of days. That was entertaining also!


We did leave the beach house on occasion--I'll post some of those photos next week. Meanwhile, it's me and the washing machine, except when it's me and the garden hose.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Welcome home! We missed you. I took to your blog archives - particularly the Christmas posts. Thank you for organizing your posts by categories and by month; a girl can zoom right on in. Lovely photos.
Happy homewater play. Welcome home.
B/North

Lisa said...

Oh, it looks wonderful!

Lisateresa

Kimmie said...

welcome back...looks like a wonderful time together.

Kimmie
mama to 8
one homemade and 7 adopted

Lily said...

Welcome back - I am glad you had a lovely holiday. Have you found that the amount of washing generated on holiday seems far far greater than when just at home! xxx

Sew Blessed Maw said...

Looks like a wonderful and enjoyable vaccation. So proud you and family enjoyed it..

Anonymous said...

Welcome home, Anna!

I missed your posts.

M. Ricci

Anonymous said...

I just *Love* your blog. Very relaxing! We just returned home from a vacation on Isle of Palms, there outside of Charleston, SC. It is a lovely place. We've been going there for years!
Welcome home, and I look forward to seeing your pictures!
~Jennifer

Heather said...

Welcome back! I too missed your posts. Looking forward to your photos!

Lisa said...

That picture of Daisy is terrific.

Lisateresa

Anonymous said...

The photographs are just gorgeous.

Sonya

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