Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Port Aransas...

We went to Port Aransas a few weeks back with Mandy and Jim +4 & Jerry and Kacey +3. We just camped out on the beach and it was soooo nice to get away from town and just relax.

Sophie was worried about her "booboo" and kept showing everyone, inevitably giving herself an atomic wedgie everytime. hehee.

this....was Grant the whole weekend. that boy did not care about a DANG thing. as a matter of fact, we would give him a snack and he would, intentionally, roll in in the sand before eatting it. looks like he has a five o clock shadow...

like i said...doesnt care about a dang thing. the only caption for this picture is "Aahhhhhh..."

soph running into the waves..

Lydie was the best at finding sheshells.

this is my faaavourite picture. if you dont know lydie, shes the sweetest thing and the biggest daddy's girl in the universe. here she is pitching a fit because daddy is taking Grant into the water and not her. see them in the back?

Grant and i, pumping some iron at the beach...has anyone seen my beachball? its about thiiis big around, might have gone thaaaat way?

cuuutest picture of Jim and the two youngest.

this is how tony and i walk down the beach. totally candid. its just what we always do.

the shark i caught on the boat. yeah, its a five footer.

well. maybe the captain caught it. but if i was really trying, i totally would have got it.

sad. i dont wanna talk about it. but im suuuure he tasted mighty fine.

this was Jims face most of the time on the boat. he probably should have gotten some sleep the night before and shouldnt have downed that giant hamburger and fries two minutes before the trip...he stayed strong, though. if he didnt, i wouldnt have been anywhere near him. so good job, Jim.

Jim helping Jarrett bait his hook.

hes so cute..


gorgeous sunset from the top of the boat.

uh huh, thats more like it.

"jarrett, hold onto the shark like uncle tony did. and smile" this is what we got.

brings a whole new meaning to "Sand Castle". little plastic bucket molds on the beach will just never be the same.