Sunday, August 18, 2013

Sun, Water, and Rock

I've been having phone problems, which in my household also means I've been having internet problems, since I only have internet by tethering with the phone.  So I've been completely cut off from the outside world when home.
 
But!  I have a new phone, so I'm back online.
 
I am so tired and dying to close my peepers, but here's a little bit about our weekend.
 
We *finally* have friends with a boat!  I would have thought that would be easier in Florida, but this is actually the first time we have been out on a friend's boat here.  It was fantastic.  Although I got way too much sun.
 
A pair of Levis in the driver's seat

Boat nap.  Don't worry, I shielded his face from the sun when I wasn't taking his picture.

More boat naps (Sara and Liam)
 
Loving life

I look old in this picture.  But in kind of a vintage way that I don't mind too much.
 
We saw a guy run his boat into the dock and, firstly, almost jump the boat over the dock, and when that didn't happen, almost flip his boat upside down.  Not on purpose.  It looked like something out of a movie.
 
After the boat, Levi went to priesthood session of stake conference, and then we went to Miami for the Killers concert!



We had awesome seats!
 
Thank you, John, for the birthday present!  The concert was amazing, although I am getting too old for concerts.  Even though I was having fun, I couldn't stop yawning.  Maybe I am only too old for concerts that start after 9pm.  But they played all the great songs and it was really fun.
 
Lexi and Ale watched Levi J, and he was an angel for them and a devil for us.  We spent the night at their place in Miami, and even before I knocked on their door after the concert he was awake and crying.  We didn't get to sleep until after 1am, with him in the bed (which is super cute but also not very restful).  And then he was up for the day at 6 am.  Which is why this blog post is not very well written.  I just want to get something on here so the sandman can do his magic on me (I seriously almost spelled magic with a "j.")
 
Like I said, I'm too old for these shenanigans.
 
Good night cyberspace!



 


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