If life could be so good…………

Beach Baby

This is an adorable little girl whose mommy dressed her in bright sunny attire. It perfectly reflects the kind of day everyone should have at the beach.

Beach Chairs

Made even better by the colorful comfy chairs lining the beach.

Beach umbrellas

and the miles and miles of umbrellas that almost shade the sunny days of rays.

Beach crocs

So for a few peaceful days my family enjoyed the white sandy fun in the sun moments. Where do you spend your….

“Life is Good” days?

Litchfield Beach, South Carolina

12 Comments Add yours

  1. Catherine says:

    That does look like a nice place to relax and enjoy your family. Anywhere near water is a good day, no phones and no housework just a nice relaxing view.
    We did have to cut the vacation short for a serious situation and that was sad. Hope we can make it up to our kids.


  2. Jen says:

    These photos remind me of some that I took of my baby daughter on the beach when she was only six months old – hard to believe that was 10 years ago (sob!) That looks like a fun place. I’m headed down to Treasure Island, Florida (St. Pete Beach) in a couple of weeks.
    It’s always happy sad when I’m with the bloys. I want them to be little but then they are tons of fun all grown up. Have fun in Florida and I hope that hurricane Anna stays out of your way.


  3. Betty Eshenou says:

    I’m reading books written by Dorothea Benton Frank about all the Low Country Islands of SC. Pawley’s Island, Shem Creek, Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms, and she just had her latest book come out end of June which is Return to Sullivan’s Island. She talks about Litchfield Beach in all of her books. Next time I head for Myrtle Beach, Calabash and Wilmington, will head that way; especially want to visit Pawley’s Island and have you ever been to Brookgreen Gardens? Good time to visit them probably is in the Spring when all the flowers are in full bloom. Charleston, SC and Savannah, Ga. are two of my favorite vacations spots. Love the pictures you took at the beach, so colorful.
    I’ve heard of the books but haven’t read them. I just don’t have the time to read lately. If I did—this is the type of material I would love. It’s romantic, hot, mystery—all of it good.


  4. I love the beach too Anna. I also like the Mountains. We are so fortunate that we are in the middle of both! A pessimist would say, “We are in the middle of nowhere – 2 – 3 hours from the coast and the mountains.” An optimist would say, “We are right in the middle where we can choose – 2 – 3 hours from the coast and the mountains.” H.
    I like a glass half full approach. But I like to be almost finished with weeding. We do live in the perfect place for variety.


  5. Hi Anna

    I could so do with ‘lazing’ on a beach. But when I get my beach time it’s out of season so a bit too chilly. Ne’re mind, I’ll open a bottle of Bordeaux and have a what if conversation!!!

    Sounds good to me. I’m working through some problems right now and popping the cork might just be the right approach.


  6. Beth says:

    Thank you, I would love to have that formula……..I will be doing a lot more painting!

    I’ll email it to ya cause it won’t copy correctly here.


  7. Darla says:

    OH, the mountains for sure~~~~ Your photos do reflect a perfect sunshiny day at the beach…….wish you were here, kind of card!
    I was happy to come home but the beach is sure a pretty place. That would make a cute card if I can sharpen up the picture. I think my lens got salt crud on it.


  8. cindee says:

    Oh just beautiful! I wish I was there in the sun on the beach! What beautiful pictures!!!! Thanks for sharing the pictures!!!!!!!!!
    Yes I wish we were back and enjoying each other again. It ended too soon. This week was really busy down there but all those kids were well behaved and having a blast.


  9. deb says:

    At the farm with “Uncle Wayne” fishing, cooking and hanging out. Life is seriously good.
    Really? Right now? How very awesome. I would love for life to be so good all the time— and my family live with me all the time. I miss my kids already.

    Deb if we lived in Oregon and quit eating apples—evidently—we could run around naked. Sorry–the news is on. Some women is claiming that if Eve didn’t eat the forbidden fruit then we women would be more free. I do think that if being naked was the case—we’d probably have less break-ins. Who wants to rob a house full of naked people? What do you think?


  10. Looks like more good pictures for your card collection. So cheery and sunny.
    Thank you but I didn’t get many pictures this trip. The sun was so bright that it washed a lot of my pictures out. The light is better in October.


  11. Beth says:

    Hope you had a great time!

    What brand of paint is your “tobacco road”? Love the color…..but I am also a sucker for a paint name!
    I like the name too and thank you. My Tobacco Road is by Duron but was purchased at my local Sherwin Williams store as one bought out the other but I don’t remember which. I have the formula and will look it up and pass it along. Sherwin Williams will mix it for you.

    I’ve had many a conversation about this color on the hgtv board. Funcolors and Rita( Paintlady), helped me pick the colors for my home. I also have Plantation Beige. The girls knew I was all about NC history and given my furniture colors they help me choose these old fashioned favorites. Fun isn’t it?


  12. nancybond says:

    Ah, my “life is good” days would be spent at the beach, too. 🙂 I haven’t had very many of those days yet this summer, but I’m counting on August to be a better month. Your colourful photos are the epitome of summer fun.
    Thank you and I prefer the beach over the mountains but it’s a pretty close decision. It finally turned super hot here with a heat index of 102 today. We didn’t get burnt but it’s because we lathered on about $10 worth of sunscreen a day.


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