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Rewilding Our Life - Day 4

Today's challenge was about grounding & we were asked to go barefoot...
We had an hour to spare & the sun was shining, so we decided to go down to our beach - Hemmick...














We dipped our feet in the freezing sea & dried them off in the warm sun...
A lovely hour spent together on our favourite beach!



Kay & Sime
xx


Comments

Susan Heather said…
Just love your photos of your part of the world. I think I mentioned some time back that we spent a bit of time in Cornwall on our visits as the Vercoe's emigrated to New Zealand from there in 1860.

That challenge looks so good that I have just signed up.

How often is Bebe able to go to Daycare? I know it was a lifesaver for me when Max was still home but he only went twice a week from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cottage Tails said…
Ahh walking barefeet nothing like it - best thing ever for insomnia too! I didn;t realise it was a challenge you were doing I'm off to check it out as sure looks my cuppa tea. LOVE your photos you are sharing thanks!

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