"Baby come back,
baby come back
I heard all of this from afar. Sitting on a blanket. Looking at a cruise ship or two.
Cause I'm in FLORIDA! Originally I was here for a wedding (post to come soon - it was a darling event) and my second-shooter, Andree, and his wife, Becca, came along. But now we are stuck.
I don't mind being stuck here with the friendly gulls, I really don't! But we're definitely stuck. Sunday's flight was canceled, everything Monday was already booked, Tuesday's flight was canceled, and this morning we found out the Wednesday flights was canceled.
So we've kept busy. After the VERY rainy wedding day, we went to Cape Canaveral and discovered (after seeing the rows of RV's) that there was a shuttle launch that night (and not a red-neck bonfire shindig. But we might have popped in for that too.) But by "that night" I mean 4:39 am. So we had to keep busy - we went to Target, then to dinner, then to Target, then to a movie, then got kicked out of the mall by a police man and THEN we went to wait for the shuttle.
The next day we did see the shuttle, but I'll post about that later. Let's talk about the beach!
The beach is my happy place. The beach is sunny, beautiful, playful, exciting and mostly sunny.
Here's Becca being awesome in every way. We've been having a good time on this trip. She's been "confused" a lot, and also shopping at "Coldwater Cweek." While I've been driving around in a copper car. (Obviously inside jokes - but I want to remember them.)
I am a BABE. With coordination and cool spewing from me.
In conclusion, if your town is going to get 40+ inches of snow within four days, you should runaway to the beach with your friends. But don't try to get home quickly. And maybe stay at a place with good wifi? Cause it is 2010.
Maryland, it's not you, it's me. Actually, it is you but I'm happy to be away. We never did get our timing right, huh? Let's try again after I'm a bit tanner.