you can find me at the beach

Well, there you have it.

It felt like summer this weekend.


It was the perfect kind of weather I love - ridiculously hot during the day where the only attire that makes sense is a bathing suit and at night, you need light material in sweat proof colors.

I spent a total of 10 hours at the beach this weekend, soaking up all the sun I could through my SPF 30 and beach hat and then toured the art museum and danced with a balloon costume to a few awesome DJs like DJ Rekha and DJ Afrika Bambattaa at the Cleveland Museum of Art's Summer Solstice party.

Kelly, Jess, @cleshopaholic and Christina; Sean breaking it down in sperrys; Lisa and Fishman; party on the stairs

the most amazing movement screens inside; gallery one on display outside; outside stage; @cleshopaholic in white
On Sunday, we relaxed, sunbathed, jet skied out in the lake off of Whiskey Island with Kara, my long lost friend, played a few poor games of cornhole and sweat our body weight out while playing an hour of volleyball in the hottest sand known to man.

Jill, the brave passenger; bro-ing out; cornhole in wind doesn't work; kara and her brothers organizing the jetskiing

Note: Corona may only be more hydrating than water during a 94 degree volleyball game.


alexa @clevelandsaplum said...

you can find me on the beach, bottle full of bub' mama, i got what you need, a jet ski full of babes mama.

Blog-The New Black said...

Can't believe I didn't see you on Saturday - you looked great though :)

Question - I live 5 minutes from Edgewater but never lay out there because I'm afraid of the water being too dirty. Is this a real fear or should I just get over it and get in when I get too hot??

Allison M. said...

A bunch of used to go to Edgewater last year but I go to the Rocky River Beach or Whiskey Island before volleyball games. Oh and I think there is Wagar beach too.

Katelin said...

i cannot wait for some quality beach time this summer, seriously looks so wonderful.