After weeks of yearning and failed attempts, I finally made it to the ocean.
It's April, and the chill hasn't yet left the air. The water was freezing, but it was worth braving the waves to feel water rushing between my toes.
As nice as the beach was, it was also ridiculously windy. So windy that when my boyfriend, Ryan, and I were lying on our towels, we could feel the sand pelting our feet.
Sort of comical, actually.
Eventually we got tired of that scene and ditched our towels in favor of taking a stroll.
Seabright has been my beach of choice for years now, but I had never taken the time to head to the northern end of the beach.
Has anyone else noticed that under most lighthouses you will usually find these huge concrete structures? They remind me of jax. You know, those little x-shaped things from the children's game? The objective is to bounce the ball and try to pick up as many jax as you can before the ball reaches the ground.
Or something like that.