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Day 23 - swimsuits

Monday, November 25, 2013

Tis the time of year again when the weather turns cold and I start cruising the vacation sites. We usually go somewhere hot in March when we have had just about enough of winter. I am doing it again. Last year was Florida!!! Was awesome! We had a three bedroom house with a pool and went for 2 weeks. the girls flew down for the 2nd week. We finally got to magic Kingdom. When my daughter was a little girl, I told her that someoday I would take her to Disney world. It was just not possible over the years! So I kept promising her that someday I would take her, even if she was 40!! When we arrived there she said: "well mom, we are 11 years early!" So glad I got to do that and fulfill my promise.

Anyway, I think this year I will look at all inclusive beach vacations! swimsuit vacations!!! During our previous beach vacations, I practically lived in a bathing suit and had several coverups for the occasion. I thought i looked ok, but when I saw/see the pics, I cringe!!!

I think the bathsuit issue is a big one for a lot of people!!! From what I have heard noone is really happy with how they look in a bathing suit. If that is the case, I will aim for feeling at least happier with a bathing suit on!!

My motivator for today is vacation bathing suits!!
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    Bathing suits are not for me no matter what I look like! emoticon But then again I'm not really a beach/ swimming person, so I don't ever have much cause to wear one. I think the last time I owned a bathing suit was when I was a kid. I love the peaceful feeling of the ocean's waves and tides but I'm very fair skinned so even in much thinner times when I could rock a bathing suit I've always kept well covered up to keep from burning. I guess it's a good thing that I love winter! emoticon
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