Wednesday evening our family visited one of our favorite beaches, Jenness, in Rye. Although we had plans to go in the morning, all that changed when my daughter was called into work. That's okay though, it's was a gorgeous evening.
I loved watching these kids pick up mud and throw it into the air! I can't say that I ever thought of doing that as a kid. My mom would have said, 'Someones going to end up with mud in their eyes!'
On the right is my husband and I as we walked along next to the surf.
It was a nice time for my husband and I to reconnect. His job has been rather stressful lately so it was good to . . .
talk about something besides work and the kids
skim our feet through the semi-warm ocean water
watch the birds
wonder where the girls are . . .
Summer has been calming here in New England with long, hot, humid days. The kind of days that tourists, vacationers, and most natives love. Finally it seems to be cooling a bit, with daytime temps in the 80's, and the nights are downright glorious for sleeping. Fall is trying to creep in but Summer still has a tight grip.
There's more to see from our beach excursion so if you'd like to come back tomorrow night I'll show it to you. Hopefully you've been able to languish near some water of your own recently. It's good for the soul.
I'll be linking up this evening with Mary's Little Red House for Mosaic Monday. Won't you join in?