Sunny and 69 at the beach!

Ahhhhh, the beach. I think it missed me, too. I actually didn't even see it until today around noon. It was ice cold yesterday and we just watched football and ate all day long! We went from Acme Oyster House to Harry T's and then to Jim 'n Nicks. Can you believe that they ran out of chicken? NO chicken in the whole place. I wanted Chicken Kitchen Sink Nachos......no chicken. Chicken salad...sorry, no chicken. Bar B Q chicken sandwich? NOPE. I had a pork sandwich. It was just ok. I was bummed. The COOLEST meal of the day, desert, goes to Harry T's. They have S'mores! You make your own. OMG, it was so cute. She brought out a dish with graham crackers, marshmallows and Hershey bars. An open flame in a pottery bowl. I was so impressed and so glad I had my camera! It was very entertaining! I want to have party and serve trays of S'mores inside!!!
I got to scrapbook all night. I didn't get to bed until 1:30am. Yikes. I think my mojo had finally kicked in. I hate when that happens! It was ok. When I got up this morning, I just kept whipping them out! I didn't get all the pics on there. I didn't have my flash drive so I could print. I'll get them on here in the next day or so.

We went to Jolee's Island today and played. It is so fun! There is a trail that goes all through the island and several tree houses. We took lots of pictures. Over on the nature trail we played Hide N Go Seek. On the way home, John Connor said that was his favorite part of the day. We all agreed....it was the best!

Then we headed out to the beach. (don't tell John Connor, but that was my favorite part!) We all had on our jeans and long sleeves. We were out there for 5 minutes and had rolled up our pants, taken off our shoes and shred our long sleeve layers! It was beaUtiFuL! We took so many pics. I hope I can use something from today for my Christmas card....we'll see!
These two pics were pretty funny because both of the kids stepped in this little puddle and both had the same expressions! too funny. I stepped in and it felt like putting your foot in an icechest full of ice!