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Ocean Beach Flashback…

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I did not get a chance to post some stuff from our Cali trip, hanging out with the kids in Ocean Beach. We made cake one night, it was super easy and delicious!
Try it, one box organic vanilla cake mix, mix in a couple eggs, a scoop of yogurt (we used strawberry honey Greek yogurt), a splash of almond milk, a sprinkle of lavender, red clover, and crushed dehydrated raspberries (all harvested in Washington), and a handful of blueberries.
SUPER YUMMY. we ate it with more yogurt on top. Lavender Shortcakes.

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Kena and Eddie

A beautiful wedding in Hilo, HI…
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Ocean Fairies and the Sea Lion Adventure

Isis and Daynin. Me and Robbie. Four souls connected by our love for life and our love for each other. We happened upon a Sea Lion that the locals had said ended up stranded on Sunset Cliffs the night before because it was sick. Some reps from Sea World had come down and said they would be back at night to try a rescue when the tide was lower. The four of us could see the sea lion, who the locals had named Sandy, was obviously sick. We all got close to the ground and sent Sandy our energy and our love. Tapping into the Universal Love around us, straight through our crown Chakra, through our hands and right to Sandy. After about five minutes the sea lion began to move and headed for the water. The locals were watching us send energy and said that they hadn’t seen Sandy move since it was stranded. They thanked us for our “magic” and we hoped that Sandy would find his/her way. Although the sea lion didn’t make it past the tides and back into the ocean, it did appear to be in better spirits once it returned to its rock.

We ventured on and had fun along Newport doing things that all kids love. BBQ and candy. Can’t go wrong! We enjoyed ourselves until the nighttime parade started. Instead of lining up along the street with everyone else we decided to watch the parade from the pier. We played with glow sticks and watched for ocean fairies. We were rewarded when we all saw the lights in the giant waves running under the pier. The waves were some of the largest San Diego experiences all year and we could feel the rumbling of the ocean beneath our feet. With hugs and love we enjoyed an amazing day full of the love we all have for each other.
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

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