A summer story – Gulf Coast Beaches

July 8, 2014

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summer story, Fairhope Alabama

What story are you writing this summer? You still have time to weave a good tale.

Gulf Coast Beaches, Gulf Shores ALIs it a story of relaxing on the beach? The summer of travel? Perhaps your story is the summer of love or loss, of adventure or mystery. Maybe you are writing the first chapter of a new story, or you’re tying up the last chapter of an old, worn and tired tale.

The good thing about a summer story, is it keeps moving and changing. Day by sunny day, there’s always something more to write, a new page to turn, a new character to introduce or a new scene to explore.

Fairhope Alabama

I’m blessed with having the perfect natural beauty of the Gulf Coast beaches, and the laid back friendliness of the local people, which merge together to create the backdrop for my summer stories.

Fairhope, Gulf Shores Alabama

So, if you were to write your summer story (so far), what would it be? And more importantly, how will you let it end?

The Gulf of Mexico, Fairhope Supply Co. blogTo inspire your summer story and see the complete collection of maps, photographs, travel tips and hot spots along the Gulf Coast Beaches, click HERE to see the new Pinterest page.

  • The story of family, vacations, and remodeling our kitchen. Busy and so very blessed!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY…
    Blessings,
    Cindy

  • I was born in St. Petersburg, FL and have that gorgeous white sand of Gulf Coast beaches in my blood! Nothing compares to the beautiful beaches and the warm, serene water. Well, except during a hurricane, but that’s another story! So glad to have met you through Preppy Empty Nester!

  • YOU know I LOVE my summer!!! And I love the beaches of our Gulf Coast. I am still out West and will catch up upon my return later this week:)

  • These summer days go by so fast and then we wonder where the years went. Great idea to focus on ” this is the summer we…..” and and lock in those memories.

  • as our boys grow up we’ve been able to travel farther and be more active together. the memories we’re making now I know will carry on in their hearts long after we’re gone and they’ll tell their kids about our summers together, traveling back to my hometown to visit cousins and grandparents where I tell them of my memories of where I come from. that was the first part of summer and now we’re making memories at home with trips around their hometown to the museum, zoo, etc. I love the way you put it…every summer has a story. i’ll remember that mantra every time I think of all my to do list that’s not getting done until they return to school. summer is an investment in memories, theirs and mine. I know i’ll miss this in a short decade time span but at least we’re making memories, great ones at that. hoping it ends with everybody saying we did all we could do and had fun while doing it.

    blessings,
    nancy

    • And I like what you said, “summer is an investment.” Even though it’s blazing, sticky hot outside, I still love summer best because of the freedom to do . . . whatever.

      Thanks so much for your comment and for reading!

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