Yes, you would think we could stay still for just one second. Well, we have but not our post office box. We decided not to spend the 250 or whatever it was for 6 months for the box here in Cabo and have a box out with John and Sandra in Columbus, NM and then have Sandra ship it over through the Mexican UPS once a month. Saves us mucho dinero. It was only 35 for the whole year. I can put that other money away for a plane ticket or use it on a tank of gas when I come out in a month. Yeah! Here is our new address then if you ever want to send a birthday card, hint, hint uncles and aunts or just to have it. PO Box 966 Columbus, NM 88029.
Thursday, May 29, 2008
Sunday, May 25, 2008
Aaron got a hold of my camera and started taking pictures. These are a few good ones in my opinion that are worthy for the blog. Some might be taken from Anson or Andy too. Aaron actually does a really good job and he thinks it is really cool to see the picture after he takes it. Maybe someday it will be his profession. Only time will tell.
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It has been a long while since I last blogged. Last Sunday I went to download pictures of Maya's Baptism and family outings and could not find my USB cord to download. I remembered putting it with the laptop. But that was no where to be found. It has gone missing. Then during the week I remembered that I could make a CD and get the pictures that way. YAY!!!
We had a great time with all the family that came for Maya's Baptism. We went to several different beaches, but I think the one that everyone most liked was the one that we are boogieboarding at, San Pedrito. Me gusta mucho!! I would go there everyday if it wasn't so far away. I would become a boogieboard bum.
For Maya's birthday Josh and I went over to her school and did a pinata and had cupcakes with her classmates. After school we went to dinner at Hard Rock and they sang to her. We all went after that to her baptism. That was a fun experience. It was supposed to start at 7pm, but when we got there the gates were closed and there was no parking on the streets. I found a spot, but my family who were behind me could not find a spot to park. Needless to say, with all the one-way streets in the area, they got lost and could not find there way back. By the time we found them it was 8pm when we started. All went well though. My mom did a great job on the talk. Thanks mom again!! It was a very special experience that I hope Maya never forgets.
Sunday we celebrated Maya's birthday again and had cake and ice cream after a yummy dinner. She had like 3 parties. But I am sure it was not enough. You can never celebrate to much for your birthday.
Monday the kids didn't go to school, so we took John and Sandra on the glass bottom boat tour. It was fun because the tour guide was very entertaining and the waves were a bit choppy. In the afternoon we went to a beach near us called Tobasco and Crenna and Maya went parisailing. Crazy!! Locas!! It would take a lot to get me up in one of those things. They absolutely loved it and Crenna keeps on telling me she wants to go again.
All in all it was a fun visit with a great purpose. Thanks again to those that took some time out of their busy schedules to come to visit us on our little island.
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