100 Drabbles of Summer – 62. Picture of hermit crab in his shell

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62 Picture of hermit crab in his shell

“I can’t believe we’re here,” Anita exclaimed, clutching her husband’s hand. 

“Neither can I,” Aaron said with a grin.  “Look at the view.”

Anita glanced over at him.  “I am.”

He caught her eye and laughed, kissing her gently.  “The other view,” he elaborated.  “God, I feel like we should at least take a picture or something.”

“How about a souvenir?”  Anita reached down and picked up a patterned shell.  A crab poked its head out the opening, and she shrieked and dropped it back to the sand. 

Aaron cracked up.  “I think we’ll stick with a shop,” he said.    

Anita and Aaron Halls.

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