Hey ya’ll look whose back…again!!
A few days back on Twitter, I came across Jo’s tweet-
seriously guys SOS, help us out. I couldn’t even tell ya where my blogging mojo has gone. If I have to blame
someone something, hands down I’m pointing all fingers at summer time. I can’t help but to be swoon by its warm embrace and lavish in it as much as possible, meanwhile it’s simultaneously keeping me away from my computer.
But, I still amicably try to get on here when I can because I do love keeping this as my personal memory log and photo album so here I am again 🙂
Well, I’m Jenny and I over zealously live for the weekends! C’mon you all must too, or any day off from work- right?! You can absolutely catch me asking Andrew on Monday’s, “What’re we going to do this weekend?” Heck! Mid-day yesterday (Sunday) while Andrew and I were swimming in middle of the the beautiful ocean in Martha’s Vineyard, I was already inquiring ideas for next weekend. Can you tell that I’m such a planner?!
So Andrew mid week thew out ‘Martha’s Vineyard’ for Sunday. And I happily agreed to the impromptu trip.
Sunday morning came rolling around, we woke up bright and early, planned to leave by 7AM to make the ferry for 930AM. Everything was smooth sailing the whole way up and we made it to the parking lot to catch the shuttle to get to the ferry in perfect time, 8:30AM.
Well little did we know that this was going on-
So the street to get to the ferry was completely shut down till about 10:45AM. LOVELY! Luckily, it wasn’t so bad we ended up going downtown for some breakfast and we were able to walk around a tad before heading back to catch the shuttles.
Made it back, waited in line, eventually made it to the ferry, and finally onto the ferry! And thank God almighty that the ferry was going to be dropping us off at Oak Bluffs which is where we needed it to go. Silver linings!
When we finally made it to the Island, all the tension was lifted and we were ready to dive into the water at that point. The sun was blazing and it was scorching out. But the water, per usual, was glistening and perfect as if it was waiting for us to get in!
We spent a good portion of the day laying out and swimming.
Just perfect, as it always is on the Vineyard.
As the morning grew to afternoon, we grabbed lunch at the Thai restaurant in Oak Bluffs and fed our sweet tooth some ice cream. Walked around the downtown and checked out the views.
It was still pretty hot out and the beautiful blue water was staring us down so we headed to another nearby beach and swam some more.
While we were swimming, Andrew swore something nibbled on his toe (LOL) so we jumped out, dried off, and headed to get some refreshments before getting back on the ferry.
Even with the all the morning madness, the Vineyard just never ever disappoints. Always a blessed day on the Island. Thanks my love for a perfect day ❤
BTW USA folks, today is the Partial Solar Eclipse!
It’s suppose to be seen in Boston anywhere between 2:40PM-2:50PM, but to be exact I heard 2:47PM. Also if you didn’t buy those funky glasses to watch them in, I heard you can put your phone in selfie mode and watch it with your back to the sun! Let me know if you saw it/see it!!!