Life in the Water

There’s so much life under the water. The average person never gets to see any of it. I love looking at it, watching the fish, searching for elusive lobsters and octopi, and avoiding sharks. Fortunately, the places we sail seem to have crystal clear water which makes all of these tasks easy and enjoyable. Jeff says I don’t like getting in the water because I really don’t do it all that often. But that isn’t true. The reason is my hair!

I have A LOT of hair. And it takes a long time to wash it, condition it, and especially comb it out in the shower. Do you have any idea how much energy goes into making enough water just to do that? Lots. That’s why I only do it twice a week. I don’t want to have to do it anymore than is absolutely necessary.

So, why don’t I cut it? Because I love it. When it’s curly and hanging loose on a good day, I feel like a mermaid. I get so many compliments on it. Such a conflict. Cut it and enjoy more time in the water, ditching that whole mermaid thing? Or stay topside, enjoying the sea life from above more often, save time, energy and water?

What do you think?

2 thoughts on “Life in the Water

  1. Dave Bryan says:

    Hey Guys,
    This is Dave and Brenda from Inconceivable. It was great to meet and chat this morning. Thanks for being so generous with info about the phase out process. If it is okay, I will hit you up for more answers as the time draws closer.
    Be well and safe sailing

    Dave and Brenda Bryan

    • Hi Dave and Brenda,
      It was nice meeting you as well. I hope this reply gets to you quickly. Jeff and I just decided yesterday to host a YouTube Live session tomorrow morning at 10:00 EST. We’re going to talk about our haul-out process. But we’d be happy to talk later about our phase-out experience.
      We’re here to help!

      Happy Holidays!
      Jeff and Adrienne

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