My friend went to the beach without me.
I am resourceful if nothing else.
I am on the beach as well.
Is a beautiful thing.
Though not as beautiful as a friend who actually takes you to the beach.
Well, you took me to the beach, didn’t you?
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We want to come too! I have my floaties!
Deal! Everyone needs good floaties. And friends who bring them.
I’ll take you to the beach.
:0) You’re the best kind of friend. 🙂
Look at you there at the beach and you were sweet enough to bring the beach to us! You really ARE a good friend! 😀 Beautiful artwork, Colleen!
Awwww, thanks Priceless! 🙂 I will share the beach with everyone!
See how sweet you are!
I love the words, haha and what a painting! Gorgeous!
Aw, thank you Lynz. It was one of those painting events where a group of us paint the same picture. It was a great event. 🙂
Beautiful colors. The beach is indeed a lovely place. Maybe next time? 🙂
Yes, maybe next time. 😉 That’s what I’ve been told. 🙂
Really nice art work and lovely sentiments. ❤
Thank you Paulette ❤
Have a Popsicle and be content. I’m sure the guilty party will take you next time😀
She did say she would. 😉 Popsicle has been had! Thank you!
Ha ha. Great post
😉 Thank you!
Colleen. This is superb! And in brilliant color. Outstanding. Thank YOU for taking Me to the beach today. Never mind the other friend. 😀 ❤ ❤
You are welcome. And I will tell her of all of the wonderful friends that joined me at this beach ❤
I believe they can both be equally beautiful!
Indeed Eric! 😉
Oh my goodness Colleen, that’s a beach I want to be sitting on with my book, a drink and a sun hat; the colors are just sumptuous. Such an artist you are. I’m always imagining I’m exploring Europe, so I agree. Imagination is indeed a beautiful thing.
Oh thank you so much! I can see myself there too. 😉 Oh you described the best thing about a beach. I think, if I was to sit still, it would be just as you described.
Beautiful beach with the waves fluffing over gently (not crashing) and no high winds nor cool air blowing. Warmth in your painting radiates how you care and share your world, Colleen. ♡
Ummm, you haven’t been around oceans a lot have you Robin? “fluffing” is not a condition I have ever seen in an ocean – at least not the North Atlantic where I was brought up. Perhaps the South Seas,but I’ve never visited.
Hahahahaha, me either, but I will check the next time I am near an ocean and see if the ocean fluffs. I hope so. 😉
please keep me updated if you find a “fluffy” ocean Colleen Ha! Perhaps the lobsters will have soft shells and be juicy – Yum!
Will do Paul. I’ll try to capture any fluffiness in a picture. 🙂
Thank you Robin! 🙂 You are correct, they are not crashing. Fluffing is new to me. But I LIKE IT! 🙂
I’m like you here, Colleen. I will get to the ocean all on my own if it comes to being left behind! The most important thing is just to get there. 🙂
I think I will. And my friend has promised to take me her next travels. 😉
Funny. And beautiful painting! Did you just whip that up for this post?
Well, not exactly. My friend went to the beach on Saturday morning. A few hours later my daughter called and said “go with me to this painting event” and it happened to be of a beach scene. Worked out perfectly! 🙂
Good thing your friend didn’t invite you to the beach. Going with your daughter to the other thing was way better. 🙂
It was much better! I had such a good time with her. 🙂
God always has a plan. 🙂
He sure does. 🙂
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