Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Wordless Wednesday~We Are Lost Without It


















































35 comments:

Jules said...

Beautiful post! I love the heart in the sand photo and hammock in the water. All of the sunset photos are also gorgeous.

Lori said...

Knowing how near and dear this post is to your heart ~ loving all the beach photos ~ the heart and the waves and those ladybugs are cute, cute, cute. Swim, swim, swim ~ Fly, fly, fly. You are in my thoughts ~ always... xo

melifaif said...

It is heart breaking to know we can't enjoy our Gulf beaches like that anymore. It is such a travisty!!!! So unfair.

LouBoo said...

A very poignant post - not much to say...except that it's moving and sad and lovely all at the same time. Lou x

Kristin said...

Agreed. We NEED the beach!

p.s. Our blog has moved! We would love for you to visit us at our new site: http://www.bonbonrosegirls.com/
Unfortunately, if you followed us with Google Friend Connect you'll have to re-follow but everything else is the same! Hugs, K

DSS said...

What beautiful pictures! It breaks my heart to think about how long it may be until certain shorelines look this way again :(

A Casa da VĂ¡ said...

ohhh you making me miss home, and the beach where i grew up... wow i love the quote 'the tan will fade but the memories will last' - how adorable!

Mary said...

Love this set of pictures :)

I'm leaving for Dominican in a couple of weeks so that is going to be me ;)

xxMK
Delightful Bitefuls

SurferWife said...

You know I love these pics. And my husband and I have one very similar to the one of the couple with the sunset in the background.

Andie said...

LOVE this post. Especially since I just got back home from the beach of my heart. :) I was about to do a post of beach photos from my weekend trip! :)

Love.

Salt said...

Beaches are so magical. I am in love with all of these photos, even though looking at them right now makes me a little sad.

Elle said...

Gorgeous... what a wonderful way to say so much without saying anything!

The photo from above of the girl about to jump into the water gave me goosebumps... I love it!

And I adore the one of the girl playing the piano in the waves.... just stunning!

OceanDreams said...

Ohhh you know how much I love my ocean pictures, all are just gorgeous! I hope your beaches look this lovely again someday.

*D* said...

i love these photos {minus the one's with the oil spill, so sad!} and i wish i was at the beach right now! thanks for the sweet comments on my blog! i am loving your blog as well :)

Dustjacket Attic said...

Who would have thought a short time ago that this could happen....I'm beyond sad.

I loved your heartfelt post honey, I get it and feel for you all and all that are suffering.

The images you found are beautiful and/or touching.

xxxxxx DJ

Marcie said...

I love the themes of your WW's. They are so great and this one is perfect because I am planning a trip to Hawaii! I wish I had these bikini bodies.

xo
M

Hazel said...

Beautiful, beautiful post!! I am desperately missing summer! Ya'll are making me jealous!

I love Wordless Wednesdays!!! :) Hazel

g e o r g i a said...

Lisa Love, this post is so beautiful and I like to think filled with hope!
ps, thank you for your sweet comment! I wish I could help you with all your laundry!
Love Georgia

MCW said...

I need to be there...minus the oil crap. xoxo

Le Sigh of a Fashionista said...

While keeping with the wordless theme, I'll leave you with one: Lovely.

Poppies and Sunshine said...

Oh I love this theme! It makes me happy with all the sunshine and summery photos. I can't wait to go to the beach! Thank you for the lovely rest for the eyes.

this free bird said...

I love this and am thinking about you so much. I live at the beach and every time I walk out there and look out at the ocean (often can see the rigs off the coast as well), I just can't help but think of all of you along The Gulf Coast. And about the poor, poor ocean and everything in it. So here's a lot of words for wordless Wednesday.

Woops.

But you are on my mind. Wish I could DO something. ugh xo

Miss Caitlin S. said...

Holly said I would like your images and she is completely right- that first image is like perfection in every way. Great eye for it!

SPLENDEROSA said...

OMG.
xx's

Marcie said...

Your "its Britney bitches!" comment on my post made me laugh out loud at work.

Thanks! :)

Marcie

RawknRobynsGoneBlogWild said...

You are an artist!
Come by my blog for a little pick-me-up.
xoRobyn

Gabby / Gypsy*Diaries said...

Awwww... really can't wait for my vacation in a month... Egypt here i come!!! :D
xxx

http://gypsy-diaries.blogspot.com/

Jen said...

See, this is exactly why I need to move from the midwest and buy a beaCh home somewhere!! I love the water, I love the sand, I love the sun and honestly, I got relaxed and soothed just by looking at these pictures! Just think how I'd feel if I lived there ;-)

Geisslein said...

B E A U T I F U L pictures! have a beautiful day today!

Vynuss said...

Such magical pictures!!! I love them.
You've definitely captured my favorite place in the world- the beach.
So sad what this oil spill has done. We can do a telethon for Haiti and other things... where's the telethon or donation text messages for the Gulf Coast??? Thinking of you and saying prayers.
XOXOXOXO

Trish said...

Hi there my lovely, lovely lady, this is an extremely poignant and beautiful post. I can hear it in your voice when we speak and I can hear it from your heart on "Wordless" days like this post reflects. You have such a gift for being able to share your feelings and emotions with and without words and we are so grateful for that (especially me!) I am in love with all those precious lady bugs too! I don't know if I ever told you this, but I have always thought about you when I see ladybugs. :) Heehee!

In all seriousness you know I love you and am here to support you through all this mess! XOXOXOX

Fashion Meets Food said...

Absolutely fabulous post! I love all of the pictures especially the heart in the sand and the drinks!

xo

Carol said...

Love the beach pictures. The heart in the shoreline was my fav. We always draw and write in the sand.

I was there today (Pensacola, Opal, beach) and I did not see any signs of oil. The teams were out and walking the shore. Lots and Lots of seaweed washing up but I walked a good way and no sign. Thank you God another wonderful day spent on the beach. Thanks for your postings and for keeping this present in all of our minds.

Bumpkin on a Swing said...

I love you guys, these comments will keep me going for another little while!

Kristin Lea said...

beautiful post! I love the message!