13 And 30 On The Beach


I’m back from my week-long break and I’ll write a more detailed post in due course of time. It’s been a week full of experiences (travelling to another place always is, isn’t it?). I still have to sort out my thoughts, shake the sand out of my shoes (yes, there was a beach too!), sift through the photographs (the camera gave way near mid-way but the trusty phone-cam backed me up) and put it all down. Still, I wanted to say hello and it’s good to be back and did you miss me?

Here’s one picture from the collection – from an evening spent on a sweeping vast beach aptly named ‘Lonely Beach’. That’s my 13-year-old cousin along with me, displaying the spoils of our visit. This is for Siddhu, the mischievous, lovable bundle of energy who shared his energy with me…for making my vacation so much fun and really completing the experience of visiting with cousins at the native place.

siddhu-and-i-shells

Whether you’re 13 or 30, a good old-fashioned summer vacation with the family will never lose its charm.

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5 thoughts on “13 And 30 On The Beach

  1. SwB May 24, 2009 at 02:05 Reply

    Nope 🙂

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  2. Ms Taggart June 10, 2009 at 14:29 Reply

    Never! In fact it feels good to bond with these kids, and better to know that you share things with them! 🙂

    Btw, if yours is the hand on the right, I must say, you have nice long fingers! 🙂

    Ms Taggarts last idea: WOMM!

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    • IdeaSmith June 10, 2009 at 17:47 Reply

      @Ms Taggart: Oh, thank you, that hand is mine, indeed!

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  3. S June 10, 2009 at 22:15 Reply

    Yes, I pass by here at times and am never denied the treasures. Am sure you had a lovely summer vacation

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    • IdeaSmith June 12, 2009 at 10:35 Reply

      @S: It was uneventful and peaceful which is good I suppose. How was yours? Actually yours would still be on, wouldn’t it?

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