9.6.15

#456 Lifesaver on duty with Zerkalo and Eyelure




Some of you may not be aware but in fact I am actually in real life a lifesaver - during the summer months on weekends. Not bragging by telling you this I thought it was a fitting subject for the picture I have taken today.

Come the start of October, I take up my position on my local beach and organize my team that I have been provided for the season. I have been actively involved in the Surf Club environment for the past 12 years. Starting as what they call a Nipper - junior and then moving into the senior ranks in the surf club. Surf is my life. I have seen many and vast incidents most especially people who have no knowledge of water safety go into our beaches and forget the major rules of remaining within the flags.

What concerns me I guess is that there are some tourists that are attracted to the Australian beaches. Yes the water does look sparkly and inviting, and perhaps it is that you fancy some quality alone time with mother nature. Mother nature unfortunately has a way of dragging you under if you go out of your depth.

If there is one thing I wish to achieve with my viewers who have little swimming experience in an ocean or a lake is to not go out of your depth, no matter how much you say to yourself, just a little bit further is ok. Stay near the waters edge if you can't swim or haven't swum in a while. Always swim between the flags. There is a reason why that picture card postcard stretch of water is free of the usual beach hordes. Lifesavers put the flags in different places every day to ensure they're in the safest place for swimming depending on the conditions for that day. Yes there might be seaweed floating in that spot where the flags are raised, but unfortunately where the flags are not is not safe for you. Where the surface of the sea looks calm can actually be where the deep channels or rip currents are nearby. In fact swimming out of the flags is the most dangerous place to be unless you are a competent and strong swimmer in the ocean and even at times I struggle when there are strong currents.


My further advice to you if you swim in the ocean, don't try and save yourself. If you are in trouble ask for help early. Put your hand up!!. Don't be embarrassed that is why we are watching you, that is why we are there. The ocean can be loud or you may be a little way out, so if you are worried, in distress, there is a good chance you won't be heard so put up that hand!!. Raising your hand helps us identify you need some support. The ocean is never your friend, but it does cool you down in the summer. So make sure that you swim between the flags always.

Bringing to you the amazing creation from Zerkalo and the beautiful cute little bikini from Eyelure, I bring to you some destinations that cannot be missed today.








So what are you waiting for come take a walk to our destinations for today: -

Destination: - Eyelure,  FameshedThe Arcade Gacha, and The Mens Department



Bikini: - Eyelure Kini w/Appliers @ Eyelure
Pergola: - [ zerkalo ] Early Summer -  Natural @ Fameshed
Armchair: - [ zerkalo ] Early Summer - Armchair 1 - Natural @ Fameshed
Armchair: - [ zerkalo ] Early Summer - Armchair 1 - Natural - PG @ Fameshed
Sofa: - [ zerkalo ] Early Summer - Sofa - Natural - Adult @ Fameshed
Chair: - Hers: - [ zerkalo ] Skyfall - Her Chair @ The Mens Department 
Hair: - .Olive. the Sweetpea Hair - Blondes @ The Arcade Gacha
Flip Flops: - Dust bunny @ The Arcade Gacha
Beach Towel tote tribal: - Dust bunny @ The Arcade Gacha
Life Ring: - Dust bunny @The Arcade Gacha
Getaway Basket: - Dust Bunny @ The Arcade Gacha
Retro Sunglasses: - Zaara [Goa party] : @ The Arcade Gacha
Soda: - Birdy - Pugglie -  @The Arcade Gacha
Body: - Maitreya Mesh Body - Lara V3.3

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