That’s just one of the questions I asked myself down at the coast today as I watched them bob up and down. 🤦🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️🤣🤣🤣
I’ve had a nightmare of a day up until now. Obviously just inside my own head.
I spent the night thinking that I may or may not go to the Fit Body Farm this morning… long story short, I went and it was really good… I’m so glad I did.
That internal dialogue telling me I’m on “holiday” I shouldn’t have to get up at 5am…. But I know I won’t go at 9.30am or 5.30pm, but I could miss it altogether but it would make me feel great after doing it… blah blah blah….. yeah I know… shut up already!
I came home from the Farm and got back into bed for a few hours. I didn’t sleep but I rested and tried to drown out my inner natter. Then got up to walk the dogs.
I wasn’t in the right frame of mind to walk 3 dogs on single track windy roads. That’s roads with lots of noisy wind rather than bends though they are quite windy (bends) and windy (noise!) 😬🙄🤣. I had to stop every few minutes to let a car past and I never heard any of them coming.
So back home and could paint the kitchen, don’t wanna paint the kitchen, could do this, could do that….. so I decided to drive to Largs. When all else fails it’s rather to bed or to the sea…. And I need corn plasters 🩹 😏 what age am I?!?!
Largs was beautiful today with a really high tide and wild. it wasn’t without its trials and tribulations though….
They have a new registration sensor barrier in the main car park. I couldn’t get the barrier to open. Now Abbie the Campervan does have a lift kit fitted so maybe her number plate is higher than everyone else’s?!?! I almost hit the barrier trying to get it to see me. Backwards, forwards…. Ended up having to reverse out the car park lane like a muppet….. thankfully the car behind me had reversed as they realised something was up…. Drove off as the car behind me got straight in…. Go figure…. and found another car park but couldn’t get in the only space I could find no matter how hard I tried. Finally ended up parking miles away from the shops. By this time I’m all over the place. I do get the corn plasters so that’s something. 😆
I had lunch on a bench down by the sea.
It was really beautiful despite the wind.
I felt calmer after lunch and decided to head down to Portencross for the ultimate calming fix. That drive went without hitch.
I sat here for about an hour.
Beside this big rock.
The sea is wild.
The Isle of Arran just visible in the sunlight.
Sitting on the rocks, listening to the wind and waves, I feel connected to nature. Nothing else matters. My mind finally stops. I can finally just be and appreciate the moment.
I came home and had a lovely cuppa with Claire after her work and caught up on all the news and now chilling on the couch, half asleep.
Still to write about curling…. It was too sunny not to take photos today!
Stay safe everyone ♥️♥️♥️