The haze of a fuzzy day
Sun not shinning
But a burning shade
Up the sand
Up on the land
I awoke to a beautiful, warm day. The sun way not yet shinning but the heat was evident. When I walked out into the balcony, my glasses fogged up from the difference in temperature. I decided to walk down to the beach to take a few photos before the influx of people overtook the sand. We watched the lemonade girl push her heavy cart through the sand. It seemed like an exhausting job.
When we first got to the beach we saw an odd fish jumping in and out of the water. It could have been a shark, I’m not really sure. Then again it is shark week so my mind is in a shark tank. My dad and I then stood at the edge of the water to sift through sand. He is always trying to find shark teeth, and I am always trying not to find sharks teeth. I like to think that I am not in shark infested water. Yet, he always seems disappointing that there are no sharks close to shore chomping down and loosing teeth.
We spent a full hot day on the beach, only coming in to grab a quick bite to eat for lunch.
While sitting in the sand, my beach chair broke. All of a sudden, my chair was lopsided in the sand. I looked down to see a rusted off medal rode dangling from the end of the chair. It was finally time to get ride of that old chair.
While at the edge of the water, I took my time to make a sand sculpture. I ended up carving a mermaid into the sand. It wasn’t the best work, but I was proud of it. I ever saw a couple people stop to admire and take pictures of it, which made me feel even more proud.
It was a long day at the beach. I could tell that I even burnt, which was funny because it was one day out of barely any that I actually put sunscreen on. After the beach we ate at Chick-fil-A to enjoy some southern fast food. To end off our day, we took a drive through The Market Common, a cute neighborhood with colorful condos. If I were to live in myrtle beach, that is where I would live.