If you take a boy to Florida,
he will want to go outside and enjoy the warm air.
When he goes outside,
he will want to ride his bike.
And when he rides his bike,
he will want to ride to the playground.
At the playground,
he will see the sand in the volleyball court
and he will want to go to the beach.
When he sees the sand he will remember
that you need sand toys at the beach.
When we get home,
he will hunt up some sand toys.
When he finds them,
he will remember that you need
swimming trunks at the beach.
While digging through his suitcase for swimming trunks
he will decide that today is the day
to visit the beach.
When we get to the beach,
he will get out the sand toys and begin to play.
When he plays he will remember
building sand castles.
When he tries to build a sand castle,
he will remember that you need water for your sand.
He will head down to the shore with his bucket
and fill it with water.
On his way across the shore,
he will see sea shells scattered around
and will pick one up.
He will see another and another
and continue picking.
He will come back with all his treasures
and asked to go hunt for more.
His Daddy will swim him across to a sand bar
and they will find many treasures.
While hunting these he will decide
which ones to take home.
All of them.
When he gets home,
he will pour over his sea shells,
talk about finding them,
and want to go to Florida again.