7.28.2008

Nothing But



I went to the beach with nothing but my camera and sun hat.



I went to the beach and did nothing but sit and watch the kids play.



I went to the beach and discovered I need nothing but nothing.

18 comments:

  1. I love the pictures...great self-portraints.

    We were at Bodega Bay this weekend. I got to take walks near and on the beach. I live too far from the shore. There is a peace I feel at the ocean that I just don't experience anywhere else. It's like being home.

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  2. Hey! That's exactly what I did at the beach too! Nothing is just right.

    Nice to see your pretty face, my friend.

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  3. AnonymousJuly 28, 2008

    those are some of my best days

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  4. Ahhh... so nice. That's all it takes right? Kids, sea, sand, sun hat, and a pretty pin-dot blouse... nothing more.

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  5. Love the sun hat...I'll be at my fave beach in 2 wks - can't wait!

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  6. AnonymousJuly 29, 2008

    sounds absolutely divine

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  7. hi, pretty girl

    okay, i have to say - i would have to have my journal and a pen. but i could live without the camera and the sun hat! xoxo

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  8. Uncle RobJuly 29, 2008

    Deep man, deep.

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  9. My favorite way to go to the beach ... with nothing, but nothing ;). Sometimes, a kite is fun, too, though, but as I live so close, and we go sporadically throughout the year, most of the time, it's spur-of-the-moment, and all I have are a pair a sunglasses and my kids ;). What else does one need?

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  10. oh so true, and sounds so nice!

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  11. you look so pretty and your post is so true and lovely!

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  12. AnonymousJuly 30, 2008

    sweet post, molly. :)

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  13. great self-portrait, i love your shirt!
    leaving for the beach in a few days myself. hope i enjoy as much nothing as you did (except for some knitting).

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  14. Oh, I have loved catching up on your blog the last few (quiet) moments before dinner. I was just thinking this morning about the very same thing...so greatful to have "nothing" to do today...in the immediate sense of the word of course. Thanks for your thoughts this early evening.

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  15. beautiful thoughts, molly.
    you are always reminding me of what's really important.

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