To escape and sit quietly on the beach - that's my idea of paradise.
I'm 24, so I'll go out and, yeah, have a few drinks and dance - I love to dance - and have a good time, but I like to do other things, too. I like going to the beach and reading and hiking.
I secretly enjoy being alone - hiking alone, skiing alone, walking along the beach alone, going to movies alone. Do not get me wrong, I like sharing my life with other people, but sometimes I really enjoy being as alone as possible.
I've never been to a beach party before. We have gravel-pit parties in Alaska.
Portugal. The Man
Twenty or 30 years from now, I'm going to be on a beach in Jamaica.
while lighting a fire on the beach Fuck! Go to Alaska! No, no, no, no. You fucking asshole ocean! No!
The moon is essentially gray, no color; looks like plaster of Paris or sort of a grayish beach sand.
I love walks, hiking, exploring and being on the beach.
As a little girl, I thought I'd like to get married on the beach. But I'm not the quintessential girl who had these sort of fantasies about that stuff.
I had an apartment on Long Beach Blvd and San Vicente in Long Beach, California. That was the apartment I done 'Regulate' in. I had all my equipment set up in the bedroom, a vocal booth in the bathroom and in the closet, and that's where we created it. I had an MPC 60, a Numark mixer, and a Technics 1200, and a ton of records.
The most important thing to Ben and me was starting a family, so as soon as we got engaged, we booked Gurney's in Montauk - which is just a few miles down the beach from our summer home - as our wedding venue a full year and a half out, and then we immediately started trying to get pregnant.
I've grown up by the beach all my life, and I almost get anxiety if I haven't been swimming for a couple weeks or a month. It kind of builds up, so I try and get out as much as possible.
I don't really like the gym. I like to fool my body. I run around the beach and then there's scaffolding so I can just do different pulls-ups there.
I have my hair done by Valery Joseph, who does a version of the Palm Beach crash helmet so that it doesn't move.
In my district, the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles handle approximately 44 percent of all of the goods delivered to American shores, yet they are in constant need of revenue for facilities, improvements and upgrades to roads and bridges and rails.
Pebble Beach. It is tough and the lay out is amazing.
A simple life is good with me. I don't need a whole lot. For me, a T-shirt, a pair of shorts, barefoot on a beach and I'm happy.
I have a lot of kids in my district who haven't been to the beach, much less Washington, D.C., and that's 20 miles away.