This year’s Sayonara Party was at a different beach than last year’s. We came down to the next prefecture to the south of Tokushima for a beach party to say goodbye to those that are leaving this year. Instead of camping, Brandon and I opted to stay in the hotel at the beach. We’re on the fifth floor with a pretty amazing view.
It really does. I’m a beach kind of girl. Spending time with my toes in the sand, listening to waves crash is like therapy.
I started the day by locking my keys in my car. Then I didn’t know all the answers to the questions that would have summoned someone to pop the lock, so I had to ask Brandon to bring his keys in the afternoon. The problem was my backpack with my water bottle, lunch, wallet, money, bank card and ID was locked safely in my car.
Then it all got better. We went to the beach. I got to hang out with my feet in the sand, listen to waves crash and hunt for shells with my kids.
It was amazing.