Day 363: isn’t it ironic :: summer street

30 Dec

Irony:
Happening in the opposite way to what is expected, thus typically causing wry amusement.

Today, Justin’s mother and I stumbled upon this winter wonderland view and we both laughed out loud saying, “How ironic!”

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I find it ironic that Summer Street was cased with snow — not to mention that I (flip flop girl!) ended up in the middle of winter this winter.

It was a bit of a surprise for us to land on Minot Beach, and I am honestly surprised at how fun it has been too.

Today it was fun to see snow collected at the beach.

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Not to mention Justin’s new orange hat!

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And Justin’s mother scale the huge rock on the beach in a single bound…

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With Brady in tow!

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Isn’t it amazing what we think we can’t do before we do it.

Like snow on Summer Street.
Winter on the beach.
Hats that are orange.
Climbing a big, old rock.

It’s kind of ironic. 
And I kind of love it. 

 

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One Response to “Day 363: isn’t it ironic :: summer street”

  1. Diane Neal Emmons December 30, 2012 at 10:15 PM #

    Me, too. Going to finish a piece of work now – or send it anyway because of your example of making a promise to yourself and giving it to us.

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