We sat there for hours. Lava rock and water. Probably two hour, which is a lot for a child's attention span, in silence, watching the puddles in the rock turn into tiny worlds right before our eyes.
The sky gets prettier somehow in the winter: Darker and deeper, but gentle. When it gets breezy, the clouds move swiftly across the islands, you can watch it sail away... how neat it must be to find an island in the middle of the ocean.
Winter is here! This season has brought us frequent rain storms, not ideal for beaching it unless you are a surfer or in love with one. Or in love with thunder storms. Or Swimwear. (Such as the Resort 2017 Acacia Swimwear release) We recently had a a rainy day that was calling my name. Out … Continue reading Thunder Storm Mood
I remember when Acacia Swimwear first featured the Ehukai I thought "ofcourse!" It's such a practical suit, amazing coverage uptop, a nice secure suit for the active mermaids out there, swimming, diving, surfing. For the 2015 Resort & Summer seasons, they had this style in prints and mesh. I'll be honest in saying I never … Continue reading The Lucky Honey Ehukai Exclusive
Don't you dare feel bad about your curves. For being round and lovely. You should never be ashamed of the way your hips look and the way your hips move. Millions of years of creation went into those hips! Your hips give you your womanly shape. They held your children within them and upon them. … Continue reading Note to Self
Beach walks are my thing. Beach walks in the rain are my absolute favorite. The gentle kiss of the a drizzle, the madness of wet hair against bare skin, the solitude on the beach--all to myself! Except for a Hawaiian Sea Turtle who was chillin' at the sea shore. Most often these wet hours spent at … Continue reading Driftwood!!
I can't get enough of this Prisma App it captures the complexities of color so well. I've been playing with it a lot recently and I'm sure that you'll see it all over my IG feed in the next few weeks. I thought these pictures were a perfect companion for this little poem I came … Continue reading Poetry: Seaside