Chillax is an abbreviation of “chill” and “relax.” Open the card to a girl chilling in a rope hammock strung between lush coconut palm trees on the glorious sandy beach jutting into the turquoise ocean. Look closely to see the beach ball, a happy dolphin, footprints on the sand, a life preserver, a starfish. She appears to be reading a book, or perhaps a Kindle.
A fun card for a birthday, vacation, a well-earned rest, a fantasy island, for a traveler, a reader, a dreamer. For your girlfriend, sister, mother, teacher, essential worker.
Grateful for good friends, hot sun, clear water.
The beach fixes everything.
I need Vitamin Sea.
Vamos a la playa.
Good vibes happen on the tides.
Let the countdown to the beach begin.
Life is better at the beach.
Ocean air, salty hair.
You deserve a beach day.
I love you to the Beach and Back.
Don’t worry, beach happy.
“Chillax, sit back, just take it slow
make every effort to unwind
let the calming breeze just blow
away those worries from your mind.”
J.R. Winchester; The Word According Two; Lulu; 2016.
“Dear Ocean. I think about you all the time.”
Girls just wanna have SUN.
Happier than a seagull with french fry.
Time to get nautical.
You haddock me at hello.
That little sun of a beach.
“I love you to the beach and back.
Tropic like it’s hot.
Party like a lobster.
Also see: our Yacht or Cruise Ship card.
“Even castles made from sand fall to the ocean“– Jimi Hendrix
“Mind on a permanent vacation, the ocean is my only medication, wishing my condition isn’t ever going to go away.”– Jimmy Buffett
“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.”– Jacques Cousteau
“We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it be to sail or to watch – we are going back to whence we came.” -John F. Kennedy
“If there’s a heaven for me, I’m sure it has a beach attached to it.” — Jimmy Buffett
“If the wind in my sail on the sea stays behind me, one day I’ll know, if I go there’s just no telling how far I’ll go.” — Moana, “How Far I’ll Go”
“Meet me where the sky touches the sea.” — Jennifer Donnelly