This post is directed towards my dear, beautiful, mamacita. I have come to plead my case, I am currently on my knee's BEGGING you to buy a digital camera and do your own blog. #1 I love seeing pictures of home #2 I would love to see more pictures of YOU #3 Although you feel your life isn't exciting it is a great way to keep a daily journal of events accompanied with pics for your growing posterity to enjoy #4 I would be ecstatic to see daily to weekly pics of my nieces and nephew that reside locally in your vicinity #5 Said neices and nephews could type postings to their growing and adoring audience of family that enjoys their zest for life and highly entertaining qoutes (E: "I've been waiting for this (polly pocket doll) for my whole life!") #6 Boots and Fred could get some free publicity and show the world that cats and dogs can live peacefully if given the opportunity #7 You could FINALLY purchase new swimwear since you will be posting pics of your lake adventures #8 You would receive postings daily on what a wonderful, beautiful, intelligent, and generous mother you are! #9 Blogging would add a new dimension of excitement to your life, because you would no longer only be posting comments, but getting them as well.....Oooh La la! #10 If I can blog anyone can! If you support my plea to Mamacita, please post a comment stating your stance! Think about it.......it could really change your life!
Tonight we went to a Bee's baseball game, we live about 5 minutes from the stadium. They played the Tacoma Raniers, and Tacoma lost by one run! DOH!!! I need to learn not to bet Steven at sporting events. It was a lot of fun, we had pizza at a place called Big Kahuna's pizza. I thought it was a great place. We had a lot of fun, I just wish that Utah would start to heat up, it's almost May, and I am still waiting for the spring thaw! I will be going off track on Friday, but I will probably end up subbing on my break to earn some extra money. I'm so glad that I will be teaching third grade next year, sixth graders can be a rough group. Thanks to everyone who called me on my birthday, if you left a message I think I got back to everyone......I am now officially in my thirties. I'm excited to continue celebrating my birthday throughout the year. My birthday was pretty quiet, but it was really nice. Steven took me to dinner at the "Melting Pot" a really great fondue restaurant. Steven baked me a yummy chocolate cake, and gave me a dozen red roses. He also gave me several bottles of bubble bath, and a ipod converter so that I can listen to my ipod in my car. It was really a memorable birthday, my first one as a married woman......I feel so grown up!!! Hopefully my birthday wish will come true soon...I will keep you posted!
We are stopping off for some lunch and you can see the setting is pretty pituresque! We had some amazing fresh fish grilled on a barbecue on the beach seasoned with chili's....WOW! The view was pretty good too.......eh Estaban?
The view from the second place we stayed in Cancun, called "M.E. Cancun". I don't know if the name is an underlying barb towards the self absorbed touristas that stay in Cancun.... But.......whatever! I will try to post more pics of our adventures in Cancun! We hope you enjoy the photo's!!
Horseback riding to me is always a double edged sword. While I really have always enjoyed horseback riding, I don't understand why such establishments only allow the riders to experience the ride with an elderly horse who is allowed to keep working in it's twilight years vs. the glue factory? I feel guilty that I am even riding it, when it should be basking in a green pasture munching on delicious cool apples. Why are young horses kept from eager riders who enjoy a good gallop? The highlight of this day was definitely racing in the arena. You will have to ask Estaban who won that......^^
We found this part of the tour very interesting. Apparently ancient Mayans would crush rocks, and then add a sticky gum tree mixture, and then put the pillars up out in the sun to dry. They were very inventive builders for their time!
These are a few pics that we took of the view from our balcony. The pic of Steven is at a closed down hotel. We were just goofing off while waiting for our bus to continue on our journey that day towards Chitzen Itza and the ruins that awaited us!
I dedicate this blog to those that love life and aren't afraid to dream big........anything is possible! So to all my friends and family that scatter the vast global community.....I promise to post the minute and sometimes exciting days of my life. I may not be brilliant or beautiful.....but my friends say that I do have a good portion of wit and sassafras!