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Socks In The Sea

I clambered into my car, unused and unwashed (she and me) … €20 to fill ‘er up two months ago and there was still a half-tank of putrid petrol. But her battery was bad. So I attempted to start her again. And again. And again. And when she finally lurched to life, off we went.

The cars were cruising ‘cause our Lockdown’s easing up. I smiled at strangers. I waved out my window. I crooned to tunes on my radio. I’m certain I scared small children on the sidewalks…

But — I was intent. It was intense. I had promised you previously that an adventure was approaching and I don’t want to disappoint.

And suddenly, there it was…. Oh, the Ocean! My magical Med. Enticing me to exit my car and stumble across the sand, then wade into the water.

I prayed to the Apple gods that I wouldn’t fumble my phone.

So here is the result of my road trip. Swipe up your sound. I invite you to indulge, if you wish, in the calming crash of the waves. A feast for the eyes, and balm for the soul. But stay until the end, dear friends. Because I believe I’m the only one in Cyprus to wear my Socks IN the Sea.

Layne Cain uses the hashtag #laundrywithlayne

By LayneCain

Layne Cain uses the Hashtag #laundrywithlayne

4 replies on “Socks In The Sea”

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! And thank you Apple gods for not allowing layne to NOT drop her phone in the Mediterranean!!

The Group has given me great joy. I have found a lot of fun with my words and the windows. Be safe ????

Hi Michelle! Not being a great swimmer, I dip my unpedicured toes in the water, then away I go. But the ocean air is why I go to the beach. And eventually, some lazy lying in the sun. Love and light!?❤️☀️

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