Even though everything is so beautiful and colourful here in Oceanside, I can't help but feel a little off kilter.
But don't feel too sorry for me. This is what greets me everytime I arrive and leave the Inn.
It is a warm and homey, home away from home.
Plus I can jump from bed to bed and do as many belly flops as I want.
And no one is the wiser.
Except for maybe the elderly couple right below me.
Aaaaand for the first time in a very long time.
I do not have to share a bathroom with four other people.
This is a true highlight.
One I will cherish for many years to come.
I went for a walk today and was amazed at how big the California seagulls were.
It made me wonder about the water quality here, until they flew right over top of me and I realized they were Pelicans.
I've been eating out too.
Quite healthily I might add.
There was a day where the bowl of BlueLily's peanut M&M's got the best of me.
But I have made up for it with good behaviour ever since.
I tried out some new settings.
And ate a salad on some rocks along the beach
and the guy who they call Dad, by my side.
With my fingers crossed.
I am tracking my UPS package with my birth certificate, and hope that I will be on a plane home soon.
I don't care if it is -31 back home.
I will be plenty warm once I have these goofs back in my arms.
Love ya like a (fingers crossed) happy Custom's Officer,
PS if you're curious about the Blue Lily GoPro photography workshop I attended here in Oceanside?
Here is a great post by a wonderful lady named Debbie, who I had a chance to get to know this past weekend. And another post by Meg Duerksen from whatever.
I am so glad they are blogging about our BlueLily experience, while I stay here keeping busy belly flopping from bed to bed.
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