When the Ocean meets the sea

Hi hello, everyone! You thought I was dead? Yeah, I know it’s been 20 days since I last posted, but I do have a pretty good excuse… In these past few weeks I have had the chance to cross something out of my bucket list. Crazy, right? Item nr. 28 “See the ocean or the sea”.

Although I feel deeply connected to the ocean/sea and I obsess over it day and night, I have never been blessed enough to actually see one in real life… Well, until a couple of weeks ago.

My parents surprised me on my birthday by announcing me that we will be going on vacation to the Black Sea. I don’t remember what happened after, cause I passed out. Ok, all jokes aside, I have never felt so excited in my whole fucking life… I mean, can you imagine finally being able to see what you love most in this world. It’s like when you’re a die-hard fangirl and you get tickets to see your favourite artist live for the first time.

I still remember when I first spotted the beautiful blue of the sea. I was in the car and looking out the window and between bushes I saw sunbeams reflecting on water, but it all happened in a second or so. Anyway, I almost started to cry. I felt very emotional in that moment.

The second time I got the chance to see that beauty I was on a not-so-high cliff. There were some stairs that connected that cliff to the beach . Before I could reach the stairs, though, I saw it. Wide, blue, calm, gorgeous. I had to bite the inside of my cheeks so that I wouldn’t cry. It was 6 am. I got to see a part of the sunrise, as well.

As soon as my feet touched the sandy beach, I took of my sandals and headed to the seashore. I walked along the beach, feet deep in water letting the soft waves caress them.

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This was by far the best moment in my life. I know you might think it’s a bit far-fetched, but when an ocean of thoughts, ruled by strong waves of emotions like me meets a creation of Nature that totally resembles it, good and powerful energy surrounds the place where they have touched and their waves intertwined.

All I can say after this experience is that blue is, indeed the warmest colour.