Yesterday I showed you one kind of colorful that I experienced at the beach this weekend. The yin to that yang is, believe it or not, when I turned 90 degrees to my right, this is what I saw.
No kidding. With Ocean to left and bay to the right, this beach is one of the many breathtakingly magnificent places not too far from where I live. A true gem.
Being in a spot like this is my best therapy. I usually frequent this place off hours, sometimes with my dog and it is so peaceful and soothing.
I can hear myself think.
Feel my heartbeat.
Can’t think of anything better than that.
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We had dinner tonight at a favorite place on the water that is situated by a marina. This sign is posted just as you leave the restaurant. Danny and I were reading it and found it rather humorous.
Disorder? Ok, that one is clear. But depredation an indecorous behavior. Seriously! Is this common boating lingo or was someone just trying to show off their vocab. Forget about their meanings, we worked pretty hard at figuring out the correct pronunciation.
For those who are curious:
Ok, this one really has that real pirate flavor to it. I love the idea of plundering right there in full view of a restaurant. And the related forms? “Hi, what do you do for a living?” “Who me? Oh, well you could call me a depredationist of sorts.”
Don’t you love the first definition? ‘Not decorous’. I hate that. Oooh, but violating generally accepted standards of good taste or propriety? Would running naked and drunk up and down the dock fall into that bucket?
It could be that Danny is in the throws of the SAT/ACT season but I find it hard to believe that some SAT-word-of-the-day show off did not write these rules.
Well, have to go. I am off to display some indecorous behavior upstairs. Enjoy the weekend!
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