Life’s a Beach

We got to the beach about 10:30 a.m. and stayed for 5 – 6 hours. In all that time, the girls were out of the water about thirty minutes – to eat, go to the bathroom, and play in the sand. The rest of the time they spent trying to ride their boogie boards over the waves and out to sea.

I spent 30 minutes in the water, and the rest of the time under a canopy, in the shade, reading a book and snacking on Doritos. So why are they now playing excitedly in the living room while I am wondering if it’s rude to eat dinner in my pj’s?

Since my mother-in-law was with us on the beach, I’m pretty sure the dining dress code is “relaxed” at best. I’m also pretty sure bedtime will come a little earlier tonight than usual.

I hope the girls remember to turn off the t.v. when they go to bed.

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