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Well we've been a little preoccupied these last few days with getting ready for and leaving for a little (big) trip! (Thank you for the concerned e-mails!) Let's just say my kids already have sand in places where the sun don't shine and I'm currently on my fifth piece of salt water taffy. We watched my brother graduate from flight school on Tuesday morning and are now enjoying a fantastic view of the Gulf of Mexico, sans tar balls. I'll be in and out but it may be a little quieter on the blog front for a few days. Can you blame me?

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k. davis said...

enjoy your vacation. I sure do miss living in the Gulf (used to be stationed at Tyndall AFB), with or without the whole oil spill!

Roxanne said...

Oh I hope you're getting to enjoy lots of pretty water and sand. I'm with K. Davis (we used to be at Eglin AFB), living on the Gulf is something I miss a whole bunch. Throw a kiss into the sky for me!

Andrea!!! said...

Vacation...I like the way it sounds...I think we need a vacation here too :). Enjoy the sun and the sand (and being at least a little unplugged - does the soul good!)

Dianna said...

We were out there yesterday. Water was clear and beautiful...unfortunately a number dried tar balls on the beach. : (

Enjoy the rest of your time here on the Gulf Coast.
Congrats to your bro!

jari spry said...

oh yes ma'am! i've missed you for sure!
have so much fun... but def stay unplugged and enjoy the family and the break from the everyday.
i'll be away from my computer while on our vacation starting monday. so worth it!

mandy said...

i'll be at the beach in just a couple days myself...can't wait!

Maggie Whitley {Gussy} said...

ohh! sand, sunshine, sunscreen. sounds fun :]

Anonymous said...

Enjoy! We are headed to the beach in 9 days and I can't wait. I have heard that baby powder makes getting sand off kids a lot easier. You just sprinkle it over the sand that just won't come off and it absorbs the moisture that is holding the sand on, letting the sand just fall off. I plan on testing it!

Enjoy the rest of your vacation!