Descriptive Essay - Never Forgotten

1126 Words Feb 28th, 2016 5 Pages
Never forgotten The sky was beautifully clear and blue, the sun was shining with its rays beaming down on everyone, soaking up the environment. The sand rolls into the bluish warm ocean water, creating the calming and peaceful atmosphere that this beach is known for. Standing on that beach at the beginning of summer reminds me that my vacation has officially begun. I could not ask for anything more. I used to go to Virginia Beach in Chesapeake, Virginia at the end of every June. During the day I swam; I felt the warmth of the summer breeze surround me, and I just would lay in the ocean, letting its depth take me over as I relaxed my body like nothing else mattered. The water reaches eighty, especially in June. Swimming in the ocean is more satisfying than taking a bath. There is something about the ocean, or maybe just this ocean, that relaxed my body; it allowed me to feel completely comfortable and without stress. So many summertime memories rush to my mind while recalling this beach; there were those long days spent at the beach, with packed lunches, coats of sunscreen, and kids building sand castles.
The days, however beautiful they may be, turned to an absolute disaster. I used to go to the beach right before sunset, and watch the sky as I walk with my friends. We used talk and laugh along the waves, which was never boring but it was time consuming. Reaching the nearby harbor, my friend Aiman suggested that we rent a boat into the ocean. None of us were sure that it…
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