Jennifer Blake: Singing Beach

Singing Beach

July 17, 2013

One of the trips I really wanted to squeeze in before Aaron had surgery was to the beach and man oh man, we could not have picked a more perfect day. It was a Monday and school was still in session, the sun was shining with no clouds to be seen, and it was a solid 90 degrees. We had heard about Singing beach from friends and it was only an hour and a half away, so we packed the car and headed out. Apparently if weather conditions are just right the sand sings when you walk on it...I tried to convince myself I could hear it, but I don't think I actually did. 

It was so much fun, we even stumbled across a used bookstore in town. We stayed for the afternoon and when the heat became to much we headed to find some smoothies and venture home. I am hoping for a few more beach days later on this summer! 

Have you been to the beach yet? 


  1. It looks like you both enjoyed such a beautiful day! I definitely miss beach days, I wish we had one in Arizona!

  2. visiting from katie's blog. i'm so glad you posted some books. i am always looking for new books to read :) just the other day i posted about 7 or 8 books i have read recently. feel free to check them out if you are looking for something to read.

  3. Found you blog for Katie's. I love to read so I was very excited to see your post.
    Is your husband wearing a Spartan's cap?
    ~Ashley (A Cute Angle)

  4. Well, looks like I'm not the only one . . . I just came over here from Katie's blog. Love yours!

    I also blog quite a bit about reading . . . I'm interesting in reading "The Testing" now, because I also loved the Hunger Games. Another one in the same genre is "The Maze Runner". Have you heard of it? I posted a review. It was interesting, but definitely didn't live up to the Hunger Games . . . I'll be curious to hear your thoughts on The Testing!!

    I'll stop now, but I could go on about books with you all day. Two must-reads that I've had this month, though are anything by Steven James (especially the Patrick Bowers series) and Half the Sky (a book about the oppression of women throughout the world, a really heart-breaking book, but inspiring nonetheless.)

    Okay, have a great day and enjoy your fudgesicles!!


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