Monday

Weekend Moments: vacation sure is sweet!


So we've been getting some much needed R&R in Naples, Florida these past few days. 
We're here with some friends of ours, and we've discovered that travelling with another couple is such a refreshing way to vacation. We've been making meals together at nights, playing board games and soaking away in the hot-tub. 
It's been fun to share it all with friends.



 We've been lazing around the beach, and watching the crazy kamikaze pelicans go dive-bomb fishing into the gulf.

 We strolled through Big Cypress National Preserve to see some everglade wildlife, 
and to show our friends that swamps can be beautiful : )



It actually got pretty cool out this weekend... I guess Florida is hit or miss that way in winter. 
But it was still 45 degrees warmer than home, so I'm not complaining!



It's been a relaxing little getaway, and I feel so grateful for all this glorious sunshine. 
I think I really needed it.

We're actually cutting our vacation short and heading to Toronto today to visit my husband's grandmother who is unfortunately in the hospital.

If I don't have time to tell you tomorrow, I wish you a happy valentine's day : )
oxo

5 comments:

  1. Oh, prayers to your husband's grandmother. Hope she will be okay.

    Love these shots. You are such a cute dresser. Love that red belt and I adore those milkshake shots.

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  2. well it looks like a delicious trip. well wishes to your family...

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  3. I can feel the sunshine! What a fun trip. Keeping you guys in my prayers.

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  4. Thank you for sharing these wonderful photos. oh...to be on vacation...a girl can dream! :)

    XOXO

    Lisa Marie
    http://www.inyourfinery.blogspot.com

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  5. That looks like such a wonderful trip and the Big Cypress National Preserve is such a fantastic place to visit. Hope your husband's grandma will feel better soon, sweetie. Kisses and hugs

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