immobile and couldn't crawl his way into the sand (even though he still was covered in it everyday). Although he does hate the car and let us know every time we put him in. More on the subject of Lewis later.
Colson to pose for pictures is not so easy nowadays. He's too BUSY. That's ok. I like his candid manner in the pics we get of him anyway.
Colson hanging out. I love this picture and how he's swaying his body in similar fashion as the tree in the background.
I don't know what it is, but with Picasa, I can only post 4 pictures at a time (that's why I'm always posting 4 or less at a time).....any tips from fellow Picasa members on how to post more to blogger at a time?
Hawaii is incredible. Here are some highlights from me:
-Snorkeling. I loved this underwater world that was opened up to me. I hadn't dreamed of such a fun adventure. I found snorkeling to also be incredibly relaxing. The sea turtles we got to see were huge and detailed and oh so cool. I got to see a big ugly eel, tons of colorful fish, and the reef was full of texture and color. Swimming with Spinner Dolphins was also a definite highlight. They are beautiful, graceful, and playful. This was one of the best things we did.
-Lounging. Of course hanging out on some of the best beaches in the world wasn't so bad. We did plenty of this but I could never get enough of the plush white sand and the green and blue waters. Breath-taking beautiful.
-Boogie Boarding. Well, in the rare and lucky incident I could catch a wave, this was great! This was also an opportunity for us to get flipped, pulled, pushed, twirled, and squished in every unnatural way in the powerful waves. They certainly demanded our respect and gave us some scares. Let's just say God's grace was shinning on us inexperienced ocean-dwellers and we all made it safe and sound.
-Family. Any place is all the better and sweeter when shared with people you love.