Got up around 3 am this Sunday Morning with Asthma troubles.
Quietly left our bedroom and came into the den.
And in the course of using my inhaler, sipping coffee and wondering how long this particular asthma attack will last...I thought of the sea.
As I have mentioned before, I breathe better at the sea than anywhere else.
The sea winds blow FROM the ocean TO the shore and there is nothing POLLENATING out in that water.
When I am standing on a beach I can breathe so comfortably.
So, today during this asthma issue, it is natural for me to long to be at the Sea.
Anyway...sitting here thinking about the Sea got me thinking about a particular photo I took on the coast between Daytona and St. Augustine a short while ago.
Take a Look:
The sign in the photo says that it is unlawful to pick Sea Oats.
I actually took that photo because something about it triggered a thought in my mind. But I get ahead of myself, let's make sure everybody knows a bit about Sea Oats:
Sea Oats: A tall coastal grass (Uniola paniculata) of the southeast United States, Mexico, and the West Indies. (Definition courtesy of The American Heritage Dictionary)
I pulled some quotes about Sea Oats from http://www.knowtheconnection.com
(Please take a minute to Read Over the items below & then I'll share a couple of insights with you guys! I promise this is actually headed somewhere and is not just Sea Oat Trivia lol )
-Sea oats are the most important and widespread grass on southern coastal dunes.
Here's another little AHA thought for ya...Ya know how
Well, Jesus pretty much told his followers to go about