This is a place where sunsets are celebrated.
Stingy fox, finds Fountain of Youth; won’t share.
Sometimes you don’t have to go to a museum to find art. This dainty walking stick has taken up residence in the stairwell leading down to the parking garage.
Today is Sandy’s birthday. If it’s a pretty day, I’m sure we’ll spend part of it at the beach. We got some shopping done for her yesterday but need to finish this afternoon. Going out tonight. Should be a good day.
Jeff took this picture yesterday just outside Tommy Bahama’s at Sandestin.
One of the ladies saw me come in and followed me around to the children’s books. A customer and her niece overheard our conversation and asked if I had written the books I was holding. Turned out she is a librarian at English Landing, a school in St. Louis. We had a good conversation and I signed one of the books for her school library. It was a pleasant experience. Last time I was there, signing, I met two couples from a community near Springfield. Once before that my friend and co-author, Mary Jo Fresch, came by. Seaside is a busy place and that book store is exceptional.