Don’t Rock My Boat


Day 198 – July 17, 2019

Losing Sight of Shoreline – Weekly Quote Inspired / Hearty Meals – Weekly Prompts Word / Cacophony – FOWC / Gratitude – RDP / karaoke – WODC / Day 17 – July’s Blue Squares

I had a chance to take a little excursion on the bay.  A little wine and hors d’oeuvres  pleasure cruise. Hardly a hearty meal, but considering the mode of transportation probably a good idea.  It’s not that I am prone to sea sickness. Nope, but I am prone to reactionary sea sickness.  You know, when you hear, see or smell it come from another person and your gag reflex loses control.  I am sure I was not the only one who shared their gratitude, in that no one seemed to have any type of sickness.  Hardly a hearty meal, it was just the right combo for a hot day on the bay. The band played the perfect mix of beach tunes, and it was performed live, not karaoke. The only cacophony of sounds came from the seabirds as they swarmed around the boat looking for a spare crumb or two. I was fascinated by that electronic drum which sounded like a complete drum set.  I would love to know what that is.

Look Who I Found

Summer Soulsish



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