Rani is a self proclaimed, "Jane Of All Trades!" She is a certified, licensed massage practitioner, social media specialist, digital artist, freelance writer and most important, mama too two beautiful feisty girls. Her blog, omshesaid.com is her personal space to showcase her life through photos and words. She still can't believe she lives on the beautiful Central California Coast with her husband, two daughters their dog, Slider and cat Sailor!

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Resolution for the New Year with a Dip!

The annual Polar Bear Dip in Caycucos, California that is! Hundreds of people will all gather and walk or dip into the ocean at the same time…all to bring in 2011 with an awesome jolt!

My daughter’s and I plan on joining this year, with Husband faithfully taking pictures this time! I guess you could call this a bucket list kind of thing…it’s definitely on my List of 41 things to do before I’m 42! But it can be a resolution too-there are no rules except our own! Everyone who participates gets a certificate too! How else are you really going to prove you did it?! We then plan on hanging about, take in some hopeful sun and enjoy the beach and the quaint town!

So I better make good! I will promise to post pics after the Big Day…Have a wonderful New Year! Hope you bring it in your way with a smile!

Details:

What: 30th Annual Carlin Soule Memorial Polar Bear Dip

When: January 1, 2010 – festivities begin at 10am with mass dip at 12 noon

Where: Cayucos Pier in Cayucos California (cute small town with only one pier-can’t miss it!)

Why: Why Not!!! Happy New Year!

Cost: Free! (no wetsuits allowed!)

New pictures soon to follow!

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  1. Mina Frannea 02/11/2011 at 11:08 pm

    Brrrr….couldn’t imagine doing this! Looking forward to your pics. 🙂

  2. Tess Adams 01/01/2011 at 5:12 pm

    That sounds awesome. Too bad it’s not closer to the central Oregon Coast. I remember when I was in Girl’s Camp as a kid, my favorite was every morning at 6am there was the Polar Bear Swim. Only 4 – 7 of us showed up everyday, but it was quite invigorating.