Yesterday was bliss.
It was our first free afternoon since arriving in Maui last week.
Once off duty, we meandered our way to the pool, and within about thirty seconds of plopping down in the nearest lounge chair, my colleague and I were fast asleep………………….
Upon waking some time later, we decided to take a peek at the Four Seasons Resort – the Grand’s most prestigious neighbor.
Take a walk with me, and check the sights.
Honestly, I didn’t think anything was finer than the Grand Wailea, but the Four Seasons was exquisite.
Walking back to the Grand, I took advantage of an opportunity to shoot the beach. It was a lovely afternoon.
Note: In yesterday’s post, I tried – and not very successfully (thank you for noticing SP!) – to spell “An Authentic Life” in the sand, but the waves kept erasing it before I could snap a photo.
Second note: If you happen to be reading this post K. Plubell, writing “Authentic Life’s a Beach” reminds me of you. Hearkening back to my days at Petaluma High School when my last name was fodder for all sorts of yucks and laughs.
I fixed the problem by only using An Authentic Life initials. It was much faster, and could actually capture the photo before the tide rolled in, and washed it all away.
Also, with time on my side, I was able to fully capture the sunset last night. And what a scene to behold!
Final note regarding hair. I love humidity. And it loves me. Especially my hair.
I have not used a hair dryer since arriving in Maui. This morning, I was running late, and thus, was forced to plug in the dryer and give it a whirl. After a minute, I looked in the mirror. I looked like Barbara Streisand – correction, as my fine readers have pointed out – Bette Midler in The Rose.
Looks like a pony-tail kind of day.
Aloha lovely readers.