I love being able to give her so many things in life that I never had. I watch her grow, and learn daily. She watches us. She sees us succeed, and she sees us fail. The ups and the downs of life, business, marriage, and even being parents. I hope that she takes away that it’s ok to fail, as long as you learn and you don’t stop working at it. I know she has big dreams, and an even bigger heart. I pray that she never stops pursuing them. I also pray that she always loves, and helps others along the way. That she never plays dim, but always lets her light and joy shine.. that way she can show others how to do the same. ❤️
All the beauty of Espadilla Beach! Spent a lot of time on the water just enjoying the beauty. ☀️🌊💚(Didn’t have the right setting for the GoPro 🤦🏽♀️ but you can still see the views in the other photos.)
Festival Fever! This weekend we are headed North to Byron Bay for the Byron Bay Surf Festival with our friends Free Spirit.co, Phocea Surf and SPINDRIFT COLLECTIONS .Come and see us on Saturday 24th from 9am to 5pm at the Surf Art Markets in our beautiful tipi.
This Portuguese Man O’ War colors were insane! What is a Portuguese Man O’ War you ask? Here are some fun facts:
1️⃣ The man-of-war is not a jellyfish. They’re a siphonophore, a single animal made of a colonial of organisms working together.
2️⃣ The tentacles with the stinging cells can get to be 165 feet long, but are more on average about 50 feet.
3️⃣ The gas that the man-of-war is filled with is Argon.
4️⃣ People have died from trying to swim into shore after getting stung by them. However, the sting itself will most likely not kill a human.
5️⃣ Man-of-war that have washed up to shore can still sting you.
6️⃣ Man-of-war tend to travel together (up to 1000!) and drift in the wind or current. They do not swim.
7️⃣ The fossil records for the man-of-war go back 600 million years.