Join Laura Jean Lockett in a Hootieboo state of mind.
Hootieboo represents a state of mind. The name originally represented the hooded cover of a cabana. A cabana cover on a beach provides one with a shield from the sun and wind. It offers solace to a sleeping child tired from jumping in the waves.
(The name Hootieboo was originally created by TJ “The Fun Lady” Parker of Palm Beach County, as she attempted to explain a cabana cover to a small child.)
Overtime, the meaning evolved to a peaceful mental state. Expressions were born like, “When are we having our next Hootieboo?” Or instead of “Cheers,” one may offer a toast of “Happy Hootieboo.”
Laura Jean Lockett has partnered with photographer John Ciambrone (www.johnciambrone.com) to create short stories that celebrate the whimsical, inspiring, and precious details of life, imagination, and love.
Visit Hootieboo.com to feel the shaded escape that only a sweet and short fiction can provide.
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