Friday, August 5, 2011

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Friday Daydreamin' 8.5.11


Hello and welcome to our first Friday Daydreamin'! Ready to Daydream your Friday away? It's simple!
1. Post your favorite vacation picture and tell us a little about it.  
2. Grab the "Friday Daydreamin'" button and link up your post below.
3. Visit some of the other amazing vacation photos that have linked up (and leave some comment love!)!
4. Let the Daydreamin' begin!



Where do I wish I was this very HOT Friday?  At the beach, with my adorable two year old, learning how to cope with sand on his nose, wet sticky clothes, and 2 older siblings going crazy in the waves.  He is taking it all in and trying to decide if he likes it or not.  Does his momma like it?  Oh yes,very much!  The warm sun, cool breeze, salty smell to the air, kids laughing in the surf......I wanna go back!!

Can't wait to see where your daydreams take you!

9 comments:

Connie Weiss said...

That is an amazing shot of him. I feel like I'm right there! And I wish I was....

Centsible mommy of 2 said...

What a great idea for a blog hop :) Love it !

Jen said...

Such a cute picture! It is almost too hot here in the Florida Panhandle to even go to the beach. Jumping into the water is like jumping into a warm bath...not refreshing at all!

Christie in Dallas, TX said...

I love how he's just taking it all in, trying to make his mind up about everything. Amazing how much of a story one picture can tell! What a fun way to start Friday!

MiMi said...

That's an adorable picture, friend!!

Jessica said...

Another wonderful picture! I think water pictures might be your gift. They are always so fantastic.

Fun blog hop! Off to read the others.

Sophie said...

Love this series. Will have a look at everyone's daydreams :)

Camels & Chocolate said...

Beautiful beach shot! He looks so contemplative =)

Flights to Windhoek said...

In London it had seemed impossible to travel without the proper evening clothes. One could see an invitation arriving for an Embassy ball or something. But on the other side of Europe with the first faint tinges of faraway places becoming apparent and exciting, to say nothing of vanishing roads and extra weight, Embassy balls held less significance.