Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Live in the Sunshine, Swim in the Sea, and Drink in the Wild Air

Live in the Sunshine, Swim in the Sea, and Drink in the Wild Air…Bahamas…
Pampering Your Muse-on Island Time

Having just returned from the Bahamas with this magnet a few weeks ago,

I was reflecting on why this particular quote resonated with me while I was down there and I knew right away it was because the Bahamas have a way of invigorating the soul and infusing the spirit with love, warmth, and motivation. I know it must be the joy of being able to live in the sunshine that make the Bahamians such a fun loving, kind and caring people. All that Vitamin D being soaked up in the skin make for a wonderful disposition on life and living. I was struck by the friendliness of everyone we met and by the love and good wished being showered on us.

That's my daughter!!! Love her!!!

The next explanation must be the swimming in the sea. The clear blue/green two tone waters are beautiful. Even in the coldest month of January, the waters were warm on the toes and tantalizing on the feet. We walked about 2 miles down the beach and even with an errant wave, we had a great time splashing the in the surf and just loving life.

And I cannot forget drinking in the wild air. Out there on mountain time you are truly in a world of your own and you are truly having the time of your life. You can get drunk on so much clean air when you come from LA and the it is invigorating.

I am thinking everyone should live on island at least once in their lives…just for the sunshine, sea, and air that are just a part of the everyday living experience. (Of course I don’t think I would be very productive, but my muse would certainly be very happy).

Yes, this quote did resonate with me for it captured all of the wonders of island life and living.

Con un pan y cafecito,
Seguimos adelante,

PS...My Island Birthday Cake...Chocolate Rum Cake...yummers!!!


  1. Looks like you had a great time. BTW that cake looks so good...just followed!

  2. Gracias Itzel...yes, we did have a great time!!!