Labor Day Beach Report

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P1010542Brenda, Amanda, and I, along with four dogs spent the long Labor Day weekend at the beach.  It was glorious!  Saturday started out a little cloudy as you can see in the picture on the left.  That’s Amanda on her bike, ready to ride to the beach.  In about an hour the clouds disappeared.  The water temperature was perfect.  I spent more time in the water floating like a manatee in 2 days than I have during all the summer visits this year combined.  Last night, Brenda and I went into Rehoboth and had P1010315dinner at Claws.  It was great of course, plus I had a leftover fish breakfast this morning.  Bonus!

The only downside is that Labor Day traditionally marks the end of summer. Absolutely unbelievable how fast the summer went this year.  Once again, I feel as though I’ve wasted the summer.

Marshall Crenshaw wrote an angry song back in the early 1970’s, called “Summer’s Over.”  Some lyrics:

“I put my foot through my TV screen when I got up today…I’m mad, cause summer’s over.”

That song runs through my mind every Labor Day.

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Ron

Ron

Ron is a Managing Attorney at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and a graduate of Michigan State University (Go Sparty!).  He has lived in Virginia since 1983 with his Wife Brenda, Children Don, Brian, Gabe, and Amanda, and an assortment of dogs and cats.
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