English: Young woman at the beach. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Seaside and sunshine…
The lady chooses to roast;
the lobster does not.
I am just going out. I am going to see what factor sunblock the local café is! Results of my investigation to be published later.
Looking forward to it! 🙂
I can confirm – very high sun factor – 2000 at least. And a great breakfast as a by product.
Loved this one!
I never eat lobsters, poor things. And roasting myself in the sun is definitely not my thing, not wanting to send out an open invitation to excessive wrinkles, blotches, and other nasties.
Great! Loved this one, Sarah!
Thanks, Naomi. Glad you enjoyed it:-)
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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