Monday, March 28, 2016

SHAKE ABOVE THE OCEAN


Welcome my dearies!
I lay high above the waters
staring down at the sights below ~~


just across from me is Conrad's Beach
with a few lucky people taking a walk ~~


over the edge of the slope 
you'll see a surfer finished for the day


climbing methodically and deliberately up the slope


but alas while they partake in their rituals
I partake in my DOODLE RITUALS
as I "shake above the ocean"
with my feet in the air!


(creative licence is in full DOODLE swing here ~ enjoy!)

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    1. Did the music make your toes tap, Debra!?!

      Mine always start and there's no way I can stop!

      Which is a good thing, indeed!

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  2. Sophie you have such a wonderful life in a gorgeous place-hugs

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    1. Hi Ms. Kathy!

      I make the best with what me gots!!!

      LOL and WINKS!!

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    1. This expanse is always so life re-affirming for us!

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  4. Never seen anyone hoofing it up the hill with their surfboard before.

    You and Sooki could have rolling contests !

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    1. These hoofers are strong peeps!!!!!

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  5. Hi SD and Ron! I love your King of the Hill posts! Here we see people carrying their surfboards tied on to one side of their bicycles or on their heads. And I mean everywhere! Yesterday I was thinking of all three of you as I photographed parasailers over the ocean against the sunset. I'll post them when I get home, or sooner if I get the chance. Take care!

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    1. Looking forward to your Hawaiian Surf pics Louise! I have a feeling the surfers will be climbing this hill again today because a massive wind storm went through yesterday whipping up the surf. Sophie is adamant about seeing the place and I obey!

      Your trip must be nearing it's end. I wondered if living there was an option?

      Cheers and MAI TAIS forever!!!!

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    2. Hey, Ron! Yes, our trip is nearing its end. We leave on Wednesday and arrive on Thursday. :( Living here is not an option. It is very expensive and too isolated. I love the weather, but I need the four seasons. We have a room booked for 40 days next year, 4 more than this year. I don't know how much longer this hotel will last in a prime spot on Waikiki (The owner just turned 93.), but we'll keep coming here as long as possible. I love the Royal Grove! I plan to do a post on how to do Honolulu more cheaply, but that's after I get home. Mai tais, forever indeed! Hugs to you all!

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  6. Such peppy music, just like you, Sophie.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. I aim to please so get up and dance!!!

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  7. every time i see that dog with the orange ball in her mouth i just laugh out loud. thanks for that!!!

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    1. Just imagine how much LAUGHTER we are going through here ~ 'cause we see her all the time!!

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  8. Such wonderful photos but where were the sharks, oh this wasn't about sharks above the oven but shake above the ocean but shake what I have to ask

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    1. ~~~~ SHAKE YOUR BOOTIE ~ YAH YAH!!!!!!!

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This 'DOODLE' is looking forward to your comment....don't be shy...all I do is SNIFF & LICK!