Southeast USA Coastline

The ever changing scenery

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Nothing beats an early morning walk and toes in the waves
Jekyll Island Georgia, before the afternoon thunderstorm
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Folly Field S Carolina, as the tide goes out
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Hilton Head S Carolina, as the storm moves out
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Hilton Head, S Carolina Surfs up
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Ormond Beach Florida, High Tide
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Hilton Head, S Carolina sunset
And Best of all, it’s just so much fun to jump over the waves

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Bee Happy🐝

Alice

 

 

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Just the right angle

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An iron gate allows a peak into the garden area of this timeless Charleston South Carolina home.

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Palmetto palm, Charleston South Carolina

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A county fair favorite the “Ferris Wheel”

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Alice

 

Georgia State law effective July 1, 2018

Holiday travelers through the State of Georgia alert. As of July 1st “hands free” for all

via July 1, 2018-Hands Free driving in Georgia — EffinghamMoves

A nutty fix

Removing gum stuck to your hair

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It’s beach vacation week with the Grandkids and so far we have had only two slight mishaps.
Gum in the hair:
My first thought was to get the scissors out, but it was wadded up in the front about midway, and that didn’t seem to be the most practical solution.
Luckily, we had a jar of peanut butter, and I heard somewhere  that it removes gum from hair and other surfaces. I scooped out a teaspoon full and rubbed it on the sticky hair with my fingers. I worked it into the gum until I could feel it soften. Next, I used my thumb and pointer finger to squeeze the gum down the strands of hair. It took a few times but it worked like a gem. It also left the hair shiny and conditioned.

Glitter in the eye:
Art kits keep them busy but next time I’m heading back to the Play-doh aisle. Glitter and glue are not such a good toy choice for two seven-year-old boys. They would rather throw it each other than sprinkle it on the sticky paper, and if a teeny piece gets in the eye, it irritates like a piece of dust. I took a chance of removing it with artificial tear drops.  Along with a cooperative little boy willing to assist in keeping his eyelid up, it worked. We washed away the glitter and the bugs from his germy hand that rubbed the eye.

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So, there you have it….a few tips to help out with the kids..and a good reason to invite Grandma on vacation.

Bee Happy🐝

Alice