Taking a study break to update more Cayman photos :D
This is Cayman Day Number... something...
That's the wonderful thing about Cayman:
Times. Days. Schedules. TSCH.
|Cayman To-Do List:|
1. Wake Up
2. Get in Water
|3. Repeat as necessary|
|4. It will be necessary|
|Reading Time/Swim Break w Papa|
...if you didn't read this book as a child... you've never lived
|This is my niece Daphne.|
Daphne is American.
Ergo, Daphne eats Fruit Loops.
|This is my nephew Ollie.|
Ollie is a Boy.
Ergo, his love affair w electronics has begun.
Particularly elecronics that block out females. They learn young...
|The lo0ong (awesome) boat ride out to Sting Ray City|
knocked this kid OUT.
Or maybe it was his internal toddler alarm that goes off at 6 AM.
|Plunging barefoot into the water with D-O-Z-E-N-S |
of 6-foot Sting Rays hovering everywhere
= intimidating. No matter how many times you've done it.
And you always get a crazy bout of giggle-squealing.
|Sting Ray Sandwich|
|How to Hold a Sting Ray for the First Time:|
Step 1: Psyche Yourself Up
You're the junk.
Rocky theme song in back of head advised.
|2. Meet your adversary.|
You got this.
(and I bet you're humming the Rocky theme song)
You ARE the junk
|4. Because you didn't know there was a Step 5|
|5. Which is a big, fat Sting Ray Kiss|
|6. A complementary Sting Ray massage|
... please look at that stinger
|7. And hopefully you packed your goofy brothers|
for some anti-climactic comic relief
|Captain Ollie holdin the fort down|
Tsch... grown ups...
More soon lovies!! :D
Blessings - Katie