When I’m a little girl, I was taught to love the sea and ocean, writes writer of ‘The Ocean’ book

The author of the new book, The Ocean, has shared some of the stories she and her family have shared with her children over the years.

She tells The New York Times the book “has been the catalyst that has been so powerful for me.”

When I was a little kid, my mom had a small beach on her property called Seaside Park, and my dad took me out to it, she says.

We would spend hours there, just sitting on the beach.

My dad would ask me, “What do you like about it?”

And I would say, “I love the ocean.”

And then I would start thinking about it and just being able to talk about it with my kids.

The kids would start saying, “Well, I think the ocean is cooler.”

And I’m like, “Yeah, it is.”

I love the beach, and I love my family, and the ocean was a part of my life, she said.

In the book, the author talks about growing up in the Philippines in the 1980s, and how she learned to appreciate the natural beauty of the ocean and the surrounding area.

She shares some of her own memories of visiting the area and learning about the animals that lived there.

The book also details her time in the United States, her experience living in Mexico, and her relationship with her mother and grandmother.

When I first moved to the United Kingdom, I didn’t realize that I was the only person in the family that did this, she wrote.

I would go to the beach with my mom, and she would ask, “Why don’t you go swimming with your family?”

She would be like, No, we’re not going to go swimming.

We’re going to eat and eat and then I’d be like I need to take my son and his mother to the sea.

And I’d say, I’m going to take them there.

And then we’d go back to the house, and we’d just watch the ocean.

I have this incredible love for the sea, and this incredible affection for my mom and her kids, she told The New Yorker.

I’ve loved this place since I was born, and that’s just how I felt, she added.