BlogHer NaBloPoMo- August 13th, 2013

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NaBloPoMo August 2013

In NC, on these hot, humid steamy, sticky days when I was a kid a was a water baby, you could not keep me away from the water. As I have gotten older, I’ve seen a lot of things. My father passed away from skin cancer before age 50, he was fair skinned as am I, so, I try to stay out of the sun a lot, but, I still love the water…. I absolutely love paddling in a kayak.

Here’s an older blog post about paddling. https://citygirlonhicksfarm.wordpress.com/2013/07/11/i-think-if-we-get-anymore-rain-i-am-going-to-need-getoutdoors-to-deliver-a-kayak/

Anyways, due to all that, unless I’m at the coast, I try to stay inside and not deal with all the sticky mess.

Until tomorrow’s NaBloPoMo’s post! 🙂

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About Amber Day Hicks

I am a wife and momma, sweet tea drinking, southern woman. I am very opinionated and do speak my mind and sometimes I am wrong but don't tell the hubs, lol. I will always be Daddy's little girl even though he passed away at age 46 from melanoma stage 4 skin cancer. My momma is the strongest woman I know and she loves me no matter what. I am blessed to be surrounded by a great variety of people from different walks of my life but they are always there for me. My baby girl is just like me. Fireball in the making.... lol. Not all who wander are lost....

4 responses »

  1. I struggle with heat and humidity in general. I do remember it didn’t bother me as a kid and I’d be outside for hours upon hours, in and out of the pool and ocean!

  2. I’m a runner in South-freakin-Texas and I swear some days the humidity is out to off me. Getting to the water sounds perfect for these kinds of summer days.

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