It was a nice, sunny day at Marina Jacks until my new puppy, Benny, and my mom’s dog, Hunnie, and I all went to leave. As we left the Sarasota Bayfront Park and walked through the marina, this fog came in pretty quickly.
Black and white. That’s all.
Please meet my new Yorkshire Terrier, Benny. Though today I am calling him by his formal name of Benjamin. The cute puppy has turned into what can he get his teeth into next including my camera bag, my closet full of shoes and even my nose and my toes! Ouch!
You can hear the soft waves coming to shore. You can feel the gentle breeze kiss your cheeks and sway the sea oats side to side.
I was appreciating the beauty around me on this rare sunny, Sarasota day and loved how the Ringling Bridge was framed in my rear view mirror as this beautiful day was drawing to a close.
You can look but do not touch. This is a bombacaceae by the way, a tropical tree with fleshy fruit containing usually woolly seeds. You can find this tree at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens near the Children’s Rainforest. Ironic eh?
My oh so cool nephew quickly figure pd out the passage way to the top of the world!
Well I was going to just leave the lyrics for this song but they weren’t all that appropriate to accompany the crosses in this image! Instead, I will leave you to ponder what they’ve seen and what they’ve heard just hanging around on this wall in a bar at a local Mexican restaurant.