Monday, March 31, 2008
We had to go out with a bang to end our Spring Break. We went down to Chileno Bay which is in between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. It is a community that Josh might be taking on with his company. It has a nice beach where the kids can swim and play in the sand. A lot of people come to snorkel. We haven't ventured into that yet. I actually want to try and you know how I like not knowing what is in the ocean with me when I swim. One of these days. We met up with some of my friends from our play group and played for like 5 hours. Needless to say, some of us got fried, even with the sunscreen on. The kids all enjoyed themselves and want to go back another day. We even saw a pirate ship and some fun loving dolphins. They were really close to the shore. So tomorrow it is back to reality. Kids back to school and mom packing away and moving things over to the new house. Yah!! The kids have already started bugging me if they can go swimming. What can I say, I have a few waterworms.
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Sunday, March 30, 2008
Spring break is almost over. Kids start back at school on Tuesday. Pobre Cita! Too Bad. We had fun though during break. We went to the beach a few times, went to see Horton Hears a Who in Espanol, went banana boat riding (that was way fun), went bowling. It was muy divertida (very fun). We also packed up a few things so that we can start moving over to the new house. This past Saturday we took a few loads over. The kids are very excited to get into their new house because for one it has paved streets and they can ride their bikes, it also has a playground, but mostly because it has a community pool. I like the fact that the kids will keep busy and I can send them outside to play without any worries. It was a quiet community, but the Hatch hurricane is a comin'.
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Thursday, March 27, 2008
We had so much fun decorating eggs. We had a hunt tambien. We even got a surprise as well. We were able to watch New Testament several times during the day. We are grateful for our Savior's sacrifice.
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