All-women lifeguard tournament

More than 240 women lifeguards hit the sand at Sandy Hook on Wednesday to compete in the 33rd Annual All-Women Lifeguard Tournament

The competition, hosted by the National Park Service, is the largest in the nation devoted to women lifeguards.

The tournament is open to any women working as a lifeguard whether it is an oceanfront, river, lake, bay or pool.

Lifeguards from 21 beach patrols from from New Jersey, New York and other states competed in 10 events: surfboat challenge, distance run, ocean kayak challenge, run-swim-run, beach flags, iron woman, surf rescue, swim-run relay and run relay.

Not sure if it’s a good idea to wear a tube top. The drowning person could have easily yanked it off while struggling g in the water 😆

Makes my morning 

There is this particular attractive-looking lady whom I would run into occasionally during my morning commute to work. 

Around age of 30yo, she’s is about 1.7m tall and often dressed in relatively-tight fitting office wear that shows off her contours.. And there is always this ‘icy queen’ aura on her, and she never fail to maintain a elegant disposition whenever I see her.

This morning on the bus, I was fortunate to get a seat facing her, just a few metres away. Of course I relised on the opportunities to steal glances at this pretty lady thoughout the journey.

And I gotten some bonus too when we were alighting the bus! 

While I was in standing position and waiting to get onto the ‘bus alley’, she walked across me and I caught a glimpse down her blouse. All thanks to the fact my seat area happened to be a elevated part of the bus.

Not to the extent of seeing nipples, but the sight of her bra and cleavage which under normal circumstances, it should not be visible for that type of blouse she was wearing, already makes my morning commute a good one. 😁