A SWIMMING ADVENTURE
Simply by Misty Moore
Awaking early, I decided to sit on the screened porch and watch the Florida sunshine come up. In a very short time as I sat there, the sunlight peaked coming as it slowly but surely awakened from its night of sleep. The dew sparkled like diamonds since the sun's rays tenderly caressed the grass.
Off in the length, I could notice the world planting season to life because the wild birds began to sing a spectacular melody, growing louder and louder as every bird started to chirp in unison, like a apaiser singing in church upon Sunday morning hours. A new day time had dawned and I remember thinking how magnificent the birds' tune was and what a fantastic day it was going to become.
Returning to my personal duties as being a mom, I actually started making breakfast for my personal children, who does wake soon wanting to eat. Within a couple of minutes, the great aroma in the pancakes and bacon cooking food on the oven gave approach to the sound of pitter-pattering little ft as they strike the floor. My children Eileen, Laura and Misty had been awake and joined me in the kitchen. We seated the children; gave these people their breakfast time and advised them that it was going to be a very hot day time and if they ate all their breakfast and cleaned up the toys, I might take them for the beach to go swimming.
The kids, bustling with excitement over the news, immediately ate their very own breakfast and started cleaning up their playthings while I washed the kitchen.
About noon, the temperature was a blistering 95 degrees even as we packed a cooler with sandwiches and drinks. We all loaded the trunk with this chairs and headed off to the beach front.
On the way, we saw a grayscale white kitten racing across the street chasing a gray mouse button. We played a game referred to as I Spy and did songs to pass the time. Growing closer to outdoors Michael spied a fish lying inside the road, and asked, " Why is the snake laying in the middle of the street mommy? " The fish was dead and not planning to upset him, I responded, " The snake can be basking under the sun so it could possibly get warm".