7 Responses to “It’s beach time again!”

  1. Diane Craver April 28, 2008 at 11:39 AM #

    Thanks for sharing your great pictures. I love the beach. I get to go to Florida for a long weekend for an early Mother’s Day gift so I’m excited.

  2. Annie April 28, 2008 at 12:23 PM #

    *cries* I miss Ocean City so much! Your pictures make me miss it even more. And no idea if I’ll make it there at all this summer. Have plans to go to Lewes, DE for a week in June, but no idea if we’ll drive down to OC during that time.

    Brianna is adorable as always and makes the perfect beach bum!!!

  3. Ciar Cullen April 28, 2008 at 12:58 PM #

    :waah: I’m with Annie. The beach of my childhood. Man do I miss it. I miss that kite shop too! But I’m glad you had fun!

    Ciar Cullen’s last blog post..Tommorrow Can’t Come Soon Enough for Me!

  4. Shannon Stacey April 28, 2008 at 2:06 PM #

    I want your camera. When mine died Christmas Eve day I bought a nice Kodak Z712 IS not only because I’ve had great luck with Easyshare, but because it could take regular AA in a pinch. I normally use Energizer’s rechargeable e2 or whatever they’re called. Best batteries ever.

    This camera is a freakin’ battery hog. Fully charged batteries give me maybe 5 pictures. So now I have to spend $60-80 to get the Klic-8000 battery and charger in order to be able to use my $225 camera. IF I can find them. Bastards.

    Meanwhile I bought my husband that waterproof, weatherproof, drop-proof compact Olympus for Christmas and it’s awesome. I wish I’d known about the battery situation in time to return mine to Walmart.

    I have camera envy. And daughter envy. And beach envy. I even have dog envy.


    Shannon Stacey’s last blog post..Shorts, snowballs and sharks

  5. Annmarie April 28, 2008 at 8:07 PM #

    I went to the beach two weeks ago and I LOVE the beach. I want to go back. I am jealous that you are so close.

    (I have daughter envy too)

    Annmarie’s last blog post..FYI

  6. DementedM April 29, 2008 at 10:39 AM #

    I miss the ocean! What great pics and what a beautiful day.

    Okay and I can’t resist this smiley:

  7. DementedM April 29, 2008 at 10:40 AM #

    The smiley didn’t work 🙁

    I must’ve done something wrong.


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