Unfortunately, low clouds obscured the sunset, but the gray sky and smooth ocean were beautiful anyway. When I first arrived, I noticed dolphins cresting the surface of the water.
The tide was very low, so I crossed the sand to walk on the flat wet sand near the waves.
I took a few photos with my iPhone but they didn’t really capture the beauty of the scene.
I walked for an hour, returning to my car in the dark. I stopped on the way home at Albertson’s to pick up some fresh French bread.
We ate homemade soup I’d cooked and put in the CrockPot before I left for my walk.
All day I’d planned for the soccer game in the morning but tonight when my daughter asked what color jersey she should wear, I looked up the information in an email from the coach and realized that the game is actually on Sunday morning, not tomorrow. (I can’t tell you how often this sort of thing happens to me lately.)
And so, tomorrow I get to sleep in, unless you count the twenty minutes when I have to drive my son to work. I plan to immediately return to bed after dropping him off because that’s how I roll.
Now, the question is . . . will I put away Christmas tomorrow and help my daughter rearrange her room (a complicated situation involving disassembling her twin beds and stashing them in the garage and then moving a daybed into her room–which will probably also have to be taken apart and then put back together) . . . or will I go to a movie?
Diligent Mel will have to convince Lazy Mel to do the right thing. But Lazy Mel can be very convincing.