sun & sand therapy
Jason & I are; in many ways, very different but we have and always will agree on travel- we prioritize it, we dream about it, & we make it happen in part because the time away from the normal tasks of life we are reminded how much we have to be grateful. We have time to just explore together and say YES to new adventures because of lot of parenting involves "no."
We escaped the arctic tundra known as the Midwest for a quick but so amazing trip to Florida to visit Jason's parents (thanks for your hospitality!). We promised ourselves last winter we would stalk cheap airline tickets and try to vacate for at least 3 days every winter just to be reminded what the sun on our skin & the sand under our toes feels like.
Sun & Sand should be considered a legit form of therapy. The beach with my people feels a lot like church to me. I loved capturing these moments and sitting here with 3 shirts on and looking through them makes me smile. I just love the gift of photography because it freezes sand covered noses and our littles just as they are today.Perq did not disappoint.
Selby Gardens again because it is such a beautiful place to just enjoy being outside.
Lunch along the water- because obviously.
Our favorite beach in the Sarasota area is without a doubt Siesta Key. It has powder sand and beautiful water that was just so restoring for our sun starved bodies.Big Olaf ice cream at a local grocery store is a favorite
on our way to search for shark teeth at another beach Abishai decided to spend his own money to buy Bibi & Babu their iced coffee.
The loudest 4 & my favorite 4 on the beach.
Eco- Boat tour and the kids got to see & touch various ocean life.
saying good bye for now.
Enjoy the sunshine Bibi & Babu & thanks for sharing it with us!
We now have hope we can survive the rest of the winter. Like I said, sun & sand= a month's worth of therapy.