Wednesday, November 22, 2017

This is 100% True


After I sent out my blog yesterday I went out for my early morning walk

After I sent out my blog yesterday I went out for my early morning walk. I left by the back door to take some pictures when I saw it was a really low spring tide. It was the lowest tide I've seen all year (-1.29 feet). I couldn't resist walking out as far as I could.

The bottom was so soft that once I cleared the rocky area I stepped on what felt like a thicker version of quick sand. Adrenaline started rushing through me as my primal defenses kicked in. I got scared as I started to sink but made my way under the boardwalk to take some interesting pictures.

Even though my shoes were wet and muddy I went walking in them. It's been far too long since my last therapeutic walk. It didn't take me long to get back in the groove. The weather was perfect.

As soon as I left my backyard I sang the lyric, "Every day I'm shufflin'... Shuffle-in Shuffle-in" from LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem." I started whistling the distinctive synth riff that follows. I only walked about two miles because I had a deep-tissue shiatsu massage scheduled for 6:30 AM.

I happened to be singing the song "CHIC Cheer" as I rounded the corner that leads back to my house. I reached my driveway and I saw something that looked like garbage in front of my house. When I focused the camera on what I thought was garbage I was singing the lyric "CHIC CHIC." This Is 100% True.

 


It was the lowest tide I've seen all year (-1.29 feet)


Under the boardwalk to my dock at low tide


As soon as I left my backyard I sang the lyric, "Every day I'm shufflin'... Shuffle-in Shuffle-in" from LMFAO's "Party Rock"


My shiatsu master arriving at six-thirty AM


As I neared my driveway I saw something that looked like garbage in front of my house


When I focused the camera on what I thought was garbage I was still singing CHIC Cheer's lyric "CHIC CHIC" - I don't know how this landed in front of my house at that moment


LMFAO


Under the boardwalk


When I arrive home I go into the front yard


This is me arriving back home