Friday, February 24, 2012

Postcard Challenge Week 08

The fictional date is Feb. 24, 1956. Week 8 finds Mac (Connor) in Cuba - walking on a beach and getting a tan.

 
He still shakes his head over being in the same city at about the same time as Melinda. He wishes they had met! He would love to know what she looks like and thinks back on the lovely woman he saw in Bristol. She had dropped a few packages and when he helped her she smiled at him. A very nice smile it was, too.

Mac puts his fedora back on and walks on up the beach where his new friend, Miguel is waiting to show him around.

16 comments:

happyDiane said...

a beautiful photo, I wish I was there!

Darcy said...

gorgeous photo, i could do with laying on that beach right now.

Jamie Lynn said...

Ah I can feel the sand on my bare feet.... oops must be time to sweep the floors :-p

Love the postcard

gottahavemoxie said...

Well, I'm going to jump in line to visit that beautiful beach.

Sandra Hoogland said...

Me too! Might be time for a bigger boat!!! :)
Very lovely image! ♥
And could it be he ran into Melinda??? Hope it's next week soon!

Janet said...

A bit of a beach hound eh? Glorious scene.

Janet xx

Lulabelle said...

Beautiful postcard!

Doone said...

I want to step into your postcard and spend a month there

love it

dx

mags21 said...

lovely postcard. a great scene

NatashaMay said...

Mac is having a great vacation, isn't he? :) Greeat card!

Leialoha said...

Sailing in the beautiful blue ocean under a warm sun...Mac is in paradise. Love the Cuban postal stamp too! This scene looks very familiar to me...much aloha, Lei.

WrightStuff said...

Ah palm trees, sun.... bliss..... Great card.

Margaret said...

Fab! I'd like that blue sky here, the palm trees oh and the sun, sigh... M

Jen said...

Looks so inviting,maybe we should all meet on a warm beach! Great postcard.
Jen x

Cynthia said...

ooh! looks lovely. slight breeze blowing. where's my chair, book and my daiquiri??

Gina said...

OMG!!! Way to go with the story link up!! :D XXX