Life alongside water

I got to spend yesterday evening climbing trees and sitting on the beach with the wonderful Alex lewis. On our mission to find somewhere new we spent a good couple of hours climbing trees and walking through the muddy paths of Warsash common to find out we ended where we started, but nonetheless it was great fun!
We then set our sights on the sea front and sat in our usual spot and listened to the waves crashing against the stones beneath us.

Its moments like that when I realise just how beautiful the area we live in is, and how lucky I am to share it with such great company!

As we sat and explained all the hard times we’ve been through, and what the future holds I realised that it was that moment I should focus on. Why daunt on the past or dread the future when you can make the present what you want it to be.

Sitting on the beach last night was the most calm and relaxed I have been in a long time. I didn’t have to pretend to be anyone, I didn’t feel forced to create conversation, I felt like me and I felt like whatever we spoke about came as naturally as the water beneath our feet.

Last night was just what I needed. I needed to be able to let my mind free and focus on what was happening at the time.

I can’t do anything about the past, and I have no idea just what the future will hold, but I know whats happening in the present and I know I want to free my mind free, and let my imagination run wild so that I can enjoy all the wonders each day brings. IMG_0454.JPGIMG_0452.JPG


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