As I was growing up I always heard stories of cantankerous New Yorkers who would go to Florida for the winter. I thought that was silly, who doesn’t like a good snow storm now and then? My sisters and I secretly thought it was the hot Florida sunshine that turned the older ladies hair blue.
Well, I was such a naive little Greek girl.
After experiencing the winter that we did in New York this year, I hope I never have to go through something like that again. Buuuurrrrr, I get cold just thinking about it. So to treat myself, I decided to spend my Easter vacation in Florida this year. Maybe just to try to see if I can get that punk look with some blue hair action happening on top of my Blonde coconut.
It didn’t take long to convert me. After one week, I decided that when I get old (about Mr. Brick’s age) and when I am no longer on tour with my music, I’m going to be a snow bird, and fly south for the winter.
Like in the video, this has been my social agenda for the entire week:
1. Lace on sneakers – go for run on beach.
2. Swing by Dunkin Donuts for iced coffee (yummo)
3. Chill on beach
4. Send Mr. Bricks a postcard saying, “I bet you wished you were here” (The thought of Mr. Bricks in a speedo…ok, I just threw up a little in my mouth)
Next day repeat steps 1 -4
but too short!
That’s because you gotta wait until April 28th to see the music video Frizz.
Haha great post! I hate the snow….but instead of Flordia I’d probably go to like California or Arizona instead. I’ve never been to Flordia, but I just don’t think I’d like it. Glad you’re having a great Easter!
Glad to hear you had fun! You deserve it.
I have now been to Florida twice….. when i was 16 (that was a complete Disney experience), not really about the beach and sea, and then in 2009 when we spent time in Miami and then did a Caribbean Cruise. One of my best holidays ever. Surprizingly though, it was February and we were wearing our clothes that were packed in for New York those few days. It looked beautiful but was actually freexing.