I appreciate to use the analogy of the shark because it was 2 weeks ago that the Mediterranean Sea almost cost myself and others our life.
I’m sure that the sea has taken thoUSnds of lives over the past many centuries and I mourn for them all.
I almost passed away from hypothermia from spending too long in the 56F water. I l received our lesson and only go in now for many or so minutes, much less than the 30 minutes that almost took myself and others that nearly fateful day. I also know now not to swim when I am in the chilly water. I am looking into getting some residential window movie in our flat because I would appreciate some privacy when I practice yoga in the bedroom before our yearly ice dip. The room is too exposed when our curtains are open and if I close the curtains it is dark as late night in there and I think a bit depressed and claustrophobic. I think a nice decorative window movie which has fog or rain on it would be great. I would even go for a single that has frost or snow because it would make myself and others think comfy in the Wintertide and cool in the summer. They have those mirrored window movies too although I am afraid it would reflect too much daylight into our neighbors window and entirely bother them. In the winter, the daylight is at an angle where it would bounce off our mirrored movie and go directly back into their room across the street. Decisions decisions.
Decorative Window Films