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JamieT
Jun 7, 2015
Since I never learned to swim, swimming pools have never really had that much interest for me, although when I was younger, I didn't mind wading in the pool. I'm sure that a lot of this was because of almost drowning as an infant trying to be with my dad while he was swimming (he could swim for miles as a young man), I fell into the pool and pretty much just sank to the bottom. From what I remember, I was actually ok, but my mom freaked out, so I freaked out. Later, when I would take swimming lessons, I would become ill after the first day - the last time, I ended up with an upper respiratory infection that lasted for about 2 weeks.
pixipixil
Jun 7, 2015
Doesn't sound like you and water are a good combination JamieT.
dbnc2
Jun 7, 2015
I never learned to swim either
I had a nephew that drowned when he was 9 yrs. old
I was 13
such a sad sad day that was
pixipixil
Jun 8, 2015
Were you there when it happened? No wonder you never learned to swim. How dreadful. I am so sorry.
seaview
Jun 9, 2015
I agree with pixie dbnc2. That would be a horrible thing to experience and a horrible memory also. I am reading a true story right now about the earthquake in Alaska back on March 27, 1964 and all the damage and loss. When the tidal waves got to the Washington coast there were no loss of lives but there was damage. My Grandma with 2 granddaughters were at her beach house in Washington and was one of the lucky ones. They were sleeping and the waves stopped just a few feet from her cabin so they didn't know anything had happened till morning.
Not so on Oregon or California coast. The saddest loss I read about was a couple from Tacoma, Washington went to Oregon coast with their 4 children, ages 3, 6, 7 and 8. They camped on the beach in a makeshift driftwood shelter they found and were sleeping when the 1st wave hit shortly after 11:00 p.m. When the next waves came and when eventually it was over, the husband scrambled up a cliff to 101 but nobody stopped so he ran to the rangers and they both looked for survivors. When the police and deputies got there they found his wife unconscious and severely injured over 400 yards from where they camped and got her and the husband to the hospital. Because of high waves, surges and abnormal tides the search couldn't go on till daybreak. Later that morning they recovered the 6 year old boys body buried under debris but they never found the 8 year old, 7 year old, or the 3 year old, or the family dog. That poor couple lost their whole family!
There was a lot of damage, destruction and loss in Alaska also and the town of Crescent city, California was practically wiped out in 30 city blocks and 11 lost their lives there. But that couple in Oregon losing all their children, there is just something about that one, if you know what I mean.
I have a son that lives at the ocean in Washington state and last time people were told to leave he never left and had me up all night. It didn't happen but it could. A lot ignore the warnings and wont leave and that's crazy cause it might be the time it does happen. You better believe my son heard from me about that. A lot did leave but my son and others stayed. I have heard of people going to watch if they have a warning also that have lost their lives doing that. They say if your close enough to see it come your too close. Just a warning to any that live at the ocean. Also if you can see the ocean recede get out now!
pixipixil
Jun 9, 2015
My father was stationed in the South Pacific during WWII and he told me about how the natives who saw the ocean retreat had run out to collect shells and then the wave took them. I don't know exactly when that had happened and if he had seen it or just heard about it.
seaview
Jun 10, 2015
I have heard of that happening too pixie and people don't realize how dangerous it is and go back to soon. Boy I would be the 1st one out of there and would never go back right away. I would probably be the last one back after they said it was safe too.
pixipixil
Jun 10, 2015
If my dad hadn't told me I might have run after those shells. What an adventure to see what was hidden! But knowing about those tsunamis and seeint the devastation--I would be reluctant to even take a vacation at a beach resort.
seaview
Jun 11, 2015
Pixie if you ever want to read a true story and it shows how unpredictable tidal waves are, read The Raging Sea by Dennis Powers. It all really happened which makes it one of those books that are hard to put down. I think it would be a good book for everyone that lives at the ocean or close to it, or on rivers emptying into the ocean too. But even for people that don't live there and might pass thru someday you will be so much better informed on what to watch for. I wish it was required reading for junior high and high school kids that live at the ocean areas.
It is just amazing of all the things that happened in this book. You would have to read it to know what I mean.
dbnc2
Jun 11, 2015
I was with the group when my nephew drown
but we didn't see it happen
hockeyfan
Jun 10, 2015
Those pool chairs ( for some reason ) look very comfy.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Jun 9, 2015
Pretty pool scene!!!
JUDY2014
Jun 7, 2015
In 25 years I only went in my pool 3 x.....because I worked 6-7 days a week.......but this week I was in it every day....getting a nice tan and a nap at the same time. Lucky my dogs wont go in it but they watch me float around and drives them nuts because they cant touch me hahaha.
trynfindit
Jun 7, 2015
LOL. Love the bit about the dogs.
pixipixil
Jun 7, 2015
My neighbor's lab goes in even when nobody else is around. I guess you don't have water dogs.
JUDY2014
Jun 8, 2015
Pixi....I have" a Doberman and Giant Schnauzer that love the hose....love bitting the water from it....but no pools or ponds.....I did take them to the beach, the Giant liked it but Doberman said "not for me"........they attack the hose but run from rain, go figure!!!! I had my neighbor come over with her two labs and they didnt think twice about jumping in the pool, I thought my dogs might get inspired and follow suite..........NOT..
pixipixil
Jun 8, 2015
You can't change a leopard's spots or apparently a dog's tastes.
aussiesapphire
Jun 7, 2015
Isn't the colour stunning.

"Somehow I kept my head above water. I relied on the discipline, character, and strength that I had started to develop as that little girl in her first swimming pool." Esther Williams

Really enjoyed her movies.

"Keep your feet on the ground, but let your heart soar as high as it will. Refuse to be average or to surrender to the chill of your spiritual environment." Arthur Helps

"Man never made any material as resilient as the human spirit." Bernard Williams

God bless all of you. Hugs.
pixipixil
Jun 7, 2015
What do you suppose Helps means by "surrender to the chill of your spiritual environment? " He must have a very negative environment, then mustn't he? I would say change your environment if you can.
I see you have been following my conversation. Do you know any other movies of hers besides Million Dollar Mermaid?
JamieT
Jun 7, 2015
I took that quote to mean that if your spiritual environment doesn't fulfill your needs, move on and find something new. Always strive for better things - not necessarily material things, but don't stagnate in your life.
aussiesapphire
Jun 7, 2015
Spot on Jamie, thank you. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Jun 7, 2015
Actually the quote says "refuse" to surrender. Puts an entirely different meaning on the quote. Hugs.
pixipixil
Jun 8, 2015
Hugs back at you, tho I think you were only talking to Jamie. If you can't improve things that are negative by moving you have to hold fast (not surrender) but it isn't worth the energy if you can change your venue.
oldestsister
Jun 7, 2015
Back in the olden days growing on a farm we had no pond to creek to swim in. Both parents didn't swim. I finally learned to swim at the ripe old age of 57.Then I got certified to teach swimming and water aerobics along with getting my life guard certified. Doing water aerobics you do not get you hair wet unless YOU chose to. You only 10% of your land weight when you are up to your shoulders.If you have hip, knee or any kind of joint problems the water is the best place in the world for you. As far as not liking yourself in a bathing suit, remember how much better you look in a bath suit than you do naked!!! I'll get off my soap box now. Have a happy.
seaview
Jun 7, 2015
I wont swim in public places as I cant stand swimming suits and wont wear them. Even as a kid I can remember a strap pulling on my neck driving me nuts, or a strap having to be pulled up, so the only way I could swim is to sneak off to a remote place at night to go skinny dipping and its not worth the trouble, lol.
pixipixil
Jun 7, 2015
I hate the way I look in a swimsuit. Eventhough I am not overweight I have a pot belly that never goes away. I no longer have a waistline. The same thing happened to my mother (who was overweight) but only after she turned 55.
As a young woman she was quite thin.
jas6415
Jun 7, 2015
Nice relaxing scene Pool must not be open to the public where are the people
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