Before I kissed the summer sun and breeze goodbye, I went on a boat ride with some friends. Despite the wait, I had a lot of fun–okay, to be completely honest, my friends and I were there really early and there was no one at the port for our party boat ride so we ended up on a line with other passengers but for a completely different boat ride. I know, it’s funny now but when your feet hurt from standing so long you would not in the best of moods. Nonetheless, I had fun and shook my tail feather quite a bit and sat quite a bit too, take in the sights of NY.
Sometimes, when you live in a busy city, you can get caught up in the busy life that you do not take the time to just sit and enjoy the view. So, my friend and I thought that this would be a great way to see the city. After all, you really have no choice but to enjoy the view because you’ll be stuck on a boat for 3 hours.
At the beginning of the week, I celebrated a special day–my birthday and it was wonderful! (Hey, to those of you who have said that I look like I’m fourteen. Well, thank you.::wink, wink::) Each year brings new blessings, lessons and memories and I am just happy that I am still around to experience all that life has to offer me so far. Over time, I have come to the realization that birthdays do not have to be big or loud for it feel like a celebration, but, that it should at the very least make you feel special.
This was day 2 of our trip to Mexico which was filled with inspiration and excitement. I felt like such a kid. Who would have thought that a body of water and sand would be enough to consume my day? It was so peaceful and calming to just sit on the edge of bay and get swept away into paradise.
Plus, I heard that saltwater would be good for my sprained ankle so I just let the waves rush over me. I still have sand in my hair and its been two weeks since the trip. Funny enough, as my mother an I were trying to wash off the sand a man walking by said,