My favorite hammock is the cacoon tent! It hangs under my trees in the shade and I feel like I could spend all day in there! I do believe I am going to need to add another, however, because everyone else in the family feels the same way!
For Heaven’s sake, don’t you think Mom needs to relax a little? How about one of her very own hammock swing chairs for her back yard or patio? There’s even a big chance you can find one in her favorite color! You will give her happiness for years to come!
My C hammock stand stands lonely on my patio, amidst the leaves left from the fall. They are packed in tight around it.
It is accompanied by left-over pots of long-dead annuals and an overturned wheelbarrow. A typical sight here in early spring, but I need to begin showing my patio some love today!
Earth Day is celebrated every year on the 22nd of April. In 1970, a Wisconsin senator, Gaylord Nelson, first conceived of the day. He was worried about the rate of industrialization, accompanied with the careless attitude people tend to have towards our environment. On the first Earth Day in 1970, 22 million Americans celebrated clean air, land, and water. In December 1970, 7 months after the first Earth Day celebration, the U.S. Congress created the Environmental Protection Agency to monitor and protect the environment.
Today, we are still striving to do so. One way is planting trees because they help the environment by absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen. So, today, I am hanging out in my Pawleys Island hammock between two trees and feeling blessed to live on this beautiful planet!
I am now hanging out in my Pawleys Island Hammock chair, listening to it on my phone. I’m not sure when I will get tired of it, but it hasn’t happened yet!
I know it won’t be long until we have leaves. Then, no more bare trees until November or December. So, I try to just enjoy what I have at the moment. In fact, I am getting more sun in my quilted hammock this late in the day, without the leaves blocking the sun!
I am actually spending time out in the sun this afternoon, in shorts and a tank top! I am laying in my Bliss Hammocks quilted hammock in the back yard.
Hey, it’s never too early to get a base tan for the season! I mean, the white of my legs is blaring in the sun! I’d love to get a little color and prevent a sunburn later. I will remind the sun haters that a suntan is healthier than a sunburn!
As violent as it was, the movie score was just as beautiful! I have since downloaded the music in my iPod and I have been lazy this afternoon, laying around in my portable hammock in the den, listening to the music! It is so relaxing!
Well, the snow is almost gone, but now we are left with mud, mud, and more mud! I had to get out for a hike, but it was a mess out there! It’s okay, though, because it made me feel like a real hiker! Haha!
I put on my hiking boots, but they are so cute, I hate to get them so muddy! I know, I know, that’s ridiculous! That’s why I have them, right? I know! So out I went, boots and all. It was great to get some fresh air after a few days of hibernation. It was almost nice enough to string up a travel hammock…but I didn’t bring one! I guess I was too worried about getting my boots muddy!
The only thing is, once spring arrives, I am completely intolerant of any more winter-like weather! I expect that to be over! I love how fast everything gets green and how quickly buds appear from one day to the next. I am going to sit in my hammock chair to celebrate spring, regardless of the weather!