I am so very, very glad I am not color-blind.
Houses such as this one simply could not translate its wonder without seeing those soft and stunning confetti of pinks, greens, purples, and yellows.
I am fairly certain that the Easter Bunny must reside here at least part of the year. Is it not the architectural equivalent of an Easter basket?
I love pink and that beautiful tone reigns queen here in Victorian Cape May.
The kindred~ pink~loving ~souls at Beverly's how sweet the sound
would not want to go home if they came here.
Pink is everywhere:
Leading me to perhaps unconsciously purchase this orange and pink scarf (I usually hate orange- you can only find it in my home come October in the form of pumpkins...I even rip out those orange day lillies that spread everywhere).
And doesn't this stripe-y shell match perfectly?
We decided to drive through the night to get here early on Wednesday; when you only have 2 nights and 3 days to escape, you squeeze every spare minute in. This was our view from the popular McGlades on the Beach Restaurant. Gazing at the Atlantic Ocean with a steaming cup of coffee was the only thing I kept thinking of during the usually hectic and hideous pre-trip preparations. Including, but not limited to:
*children in the urgent care unit
*backing into a parked vehicle in the drug store's parking lot getting medication for said sick urgent care child
*last minute school meeting
*scrambling to find out when the school picture photos can be re-scheduled because, of course, they made Picture Day earlier this year and my girls missed it!
Let me remind you again that you can find links to:
pink saturday; shadow shot Sunday; and i heart macro;
at my sidebar on the left. I highly recommend.