SAND WRITING

lanakaidawnLanakai Beach turned to the sun again this morning

LANAKAI — Sorry, no time for bit and byte writing today, we’re off to the edge of the ocean— maybe three hundred yards as the dove flies— to do some sand writing. Talk amongst yourselves;  I’ll give you a topic:  Coconut oil vs Shea butter. . .  or should they be mixed?

But, if you simply must stay after teh monkey boys:  John Gibson has a bright blue scrotum because Rush Limbaugh is a big fat stupid idiot.

Discuss.

6 Comments

  1. Aloha, Nonnie,
    Snow… Gee I had to Google that to refresh my memory.
    Horrible stuff! Sand writing lasts longer if you watch out for teh tide. And I sign all my work!

    Ideally you want to mix the shea butter with zeh coconut oil; the double-wammy moisturizer; add some glycerin, jojoba, and lavender oil, too. Some women on the innertoobs I never heard of swear this is miracle skin stuff. I can’t wait to make some!

  2. is sand writing like snow writing but with less contrast? the snow turns yellow, but i imagine the sand would just get a little darker, but i guess you still have to guess whose handwriting it is.

    i guess i would have to go with the shea butter, since i was born in queens, and i’ve always been a mets fan.

  3. Propagandee Propagandee

    Yo Saitia:

    I’m jealous!

    Reminds me of the 5 months I spent living on Makena Beach on Maui in 1971. I may be the only person on the planet to have read the entire 2097 page Urantia Book in my birthday suit!

    Aloha!

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