Sunday, March 23, 2008

Florida Day 4 or "Dolphins, Cousins, and Chocolate, Oh My!"

In Florida, sometimes dolphins come right up to your boat.

In Florida, we have cousins. From D.C.

In Florida, the Easter Bunny leaves a trail of chocolate from bed to living room, just like at home.

But in Florida, you have to swim to get to your chocolate eggs.

Which causes Brady to say, "Next year, I'm leaving traps for that darn rabbit."

Catching air on Easter morning is fun in Florida.

And I finally found a partner in seashell hunting. Brady's hooked.

10 comments:

K. said...

Well now you're just bragging.

:P

Glad the fun continues, even if it is without me.

lori said...

Oh, wow, Easter where it's warm! Up here in New England, we went for a hike in the woods in our winter coats, hats, and gloves. It was still pretty darn cold when the wind kicked up.

I usually laugh when I see all the little girls' Easter dresses in the stores up here. Even when Easter falls in April, it's too cold for those outfits, and there's nothing on the trees or in the ground to suggest that it's actually spring. This year was ridiculous, though.

Enjoy the sunshine and warmth while you have it!

Chris said...

That picture of Brady and Jonathan jumping into the pool is AMAZING!!! I'm glad that you guys are having a nice Easter. I'm jealous, but happy for you. ;O) It was actually SNOWING here yesterday! Blah...

Hugs,
Chris

Stacie said...

Oooo...I love seashell hunting!! I'm such a hippie at heart. I like to imagine that it is my job to collect shells all day and then go home and clean them and make jewelry to sell. What a life that would be!

Glad you're having a good time. I love that picture of the boys in mid-air. You're new camera must be pretty cool...

KMDuff said...

Yay for seashell hunting. :) So much fun. My mom used to take pictures of seashells at the beach in curious arrangements, they were lovely.

Mrs. G. said...

I'm glad you having a great trip. Thanks for sharing it.

Beverly said...

Ah, man! Everything IS better in Florida. I'm looking around the room wondering what I could sell so we can go on a vacation.
Hmmm...

Sandy Feet said...

Just so you know...it is presently 26 degrees here. We might get up into the 40s today. I am enjoying your warm sunny pics. Love the one of your son collecting shells.

Tina H. said...

so much fun and we aren't there!!!

Glad to see someone is having a blast. Great pics. Keep them coming.

Maria said...

ah seashell hunting...I can't wait. Altho, like other New England poster, it's crazy to do so in your winter togs. Pick a few down there for me!