August 5, 2009

a walk on the beach and tresor found

this was tempting... good thing the oars weren't around

How have I not seen this heart shaped rock after stepping over it so many times?
Can you see it? It's too big for Annie's heart rock collection though...

a neat row of seaweed after an especially high tide

there's the beach cottage beyond the sea lavender/heather

yes Olga, I cut some sea heather but I didn't dig it up....my tresors


and it looks quite lovely in my urn.


Now for a cool drink, 'Vignette Wine Country Soda'. Yum!

and some time in my new hammock with a good book... (Waterside Cottages)

After I wash the sand off of course! Where's that outdoor shower?
Click on the flip flops to be taken to Barbara's Waterside Wednesday and meet the gang!

9 comments:

Bunny Rose Cottage said...

What a beautiful post Roberta! I would love to walk on this beach! The way you describe the beauty of it makes me feel so happy :) Such a perfect place to live!

Hugs,
Amy

NicNacManiac said...

Charming...I want to be there right now....you made it so inviting!!
Have a fabulous weekend!!

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hello Roberta, how serene looking, I love the beach... wish I was there right now too! You are so lucky to live by the ocean...

Elyse said...

sigh ...

what a lovely post, roberta!

xo

Rebecca @ Belle Blog said...

Hello, I so much wish I could be there right now. I would love a walk on the beach. I can feel the sand on my toes keeping me warm and the cool breeze keeping me cool. Oh I love the smell of the ocean. What a nice post.
♥ Rebecca

Bethany said...

I love the urn picture! That one is a keeper for editorials, portfolio, etc.

vicki archer said...

A lovely walk...Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy lots more of those beautiful walks, xv.

Maria Killam said...

That urn is so gorgeous! Anything you stick in it will look sexy and summery!

Barbara Jacksier said...

Sorry it's taken me so long to stop by but my computer is having technical glitches galore this week.
Now that I have the wonderful set of white damask napkins that you sent me (thank you VERY much), perhaps, I can clip some sea heather in The Hamptons and set a table as pretty as yours.