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Sometimes The Shoreline Is Your Outfit.

~ I was clothed in God’s perfect beauty. By Turetoyourstyle blog.

“My forever favorite place to be is Ft. Lauderdale Beach in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. It is where my heart resides and my soul comes alive. ” ~ This post resonated with me and made me crave the universal Vitamin Sea even further. Reposting this wonderful post for my friends to enjoy.

I’m a beach dweller. I spend as much time as I can on America’s shorelines. I love a warm quiet evening sitting lakeside in Branson, Missouri and for several years I had the pleasure of living just blocks from the beautiful shoreline of Lake Michigan in Downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. But, my forever favorite place to be, is Ft. Lauderdale Beach in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. It is where my heart resides and my soul comes alive.
On a recent trip to my personal nirvana, I found myself more enamored than ever before. I closed my eyes and felt the tide roll in. I breathed in the salty air. I heard the waves up close and faintly heard the sound of people talking, playing, and creating memories in the distance. My soul was at perfect peace. Suddenly, I was filled with the realization that today’s outfit had nothing to do with that favorite swimsuit that clung to my wet skin.
I sat quietly, toes in sand and felt the rush of the tide roll over my feet, I felt the sun kissing my face, I felt the salt on my skin. The warm breeze whipped my hair which no doubt had a bit of sand as a telltale sign of an afternoon spent lying on the beach.
As I packed my bag to leave at the end of a perfect day, I realized I had been clothed in God’s natural beauty. The water that rushed over my feet, the salt that clung to my skin, the sun that kissed my face and even that sand in my hair all together were my outfit of the day. I was clothed in God’s perfect beauty.

Much love and peace to all of you. Make it a very beautiful day.

Luda@PlantsandBeyond.com🌿

The images and a short story here do not belong to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com, but to Truetoyourstyle blog.

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Purple Prose Moments

I’m a beach dweller. I spend as much time as I can on America’s shorelines. I love a warm quiet evening sitting lakeside in Branson, Missouri and for several years I had the pleasure of living just blocks from the beautiful shoreline of Lake Michigan in Downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. But, my forever favorite place to be, is Ft. Lauderdale Beach in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. It is where my heart resides and my soul comes alive.
On a recent trip to my personal nirvana, I found myself more enamored than ever before. I closed my eyes and felt the tide roll in. I breathed in the salty air. I heard the waves up close and faintly heard the sound of people talking, playing, and creating memories in the distance. My soul was at perfect peace. Suddenly, I was filled with the realization that today’s outfit had nothing to do with that…

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21 thoughts on “Sometimes The Shoreline Is Your Outfit.

  1. Thanks for sharing! I live near the beach, but don’t take advantage of it although I do enjoy looking out into the ocean every day.

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      1. It surely is! My work is even nearer to the beach so I can step outside and look at it whenever I want to.

        Hope you have a fantastic weekend, Luda! 💙

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  2. Oh my please tell me where do you go in Fort Lauderdale? I live nearby Fort Lauderdale but we usually drive to north to the shorelines of Gulf of Mexico last time we went to St.Petersburg to the Treasure Island, almost the shorelines of Clearwater.

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      1. Oh I’ve been to some of the beaches down here in south east coast. Even to key west. But your beach there along the shorelines of Gulf of Mexico is amazing!! They are the best 🙂 😉 better than what we have here.

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      2. Will do 🙂 🙂 i was in treasure island in st petesburg last weekend 😉 it was raining, but the beach and the waves are very beautiful. You guys are very lucky. We have to drive like 4 hours 🙂

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    1. Ann, perhaps it’s called earthing 😉 we rebalance when we our feet touch the earth, shedding all the unwanted, stored electricity and breath fresh air filled with negative ions ;)))))☀️✨🌟

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