Saturday, May 21, 2011
So I posted a few pictures from our Florida discovery cove trip. It was amazing and I definitely recommend visiting, whether you have kids or not. Food and beverages (non alcoholic) is free once you enter the park. They provide a packet of sun screen (panama jack) that is animal safe. The only thing that isn't included is souvenirs and alcoholic beverages (I think beer was free if you're into that). Sadly, the pictures I posted were the ones we bought from the park, because my waterproof camera died in the snorkeling cove. The seal on the usb port broke and I didn't realize it. Some water leaked in and it stopped working, and I did not have my good camera with me so I don't have many pictures from the trip. I guess it's time to look for another water camera.. Here's some of the few pictures I did manage to get before my camera broke.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
This past weekend my parents and I took a neat trip to Orlando, Florida. If you have never been there, it is a great place for a family vacation. My first post will be out Discovery Cove. It is a water park, but it doesn't have slides, or a wave pool. It has something much neater. It has animals. No, it's not like a zoo. At a zoo you just get to look at the animals. At discovery cove they have dolphins, and sting rays. They have birds, and fish, and ant eaters, and armadillos. This is a cool place to go if you want to get up close and personal with the animals. My favorite part was swimming with the dolphins. Here's some pictures.
Saturday, May 7, 2011
Last night was my prom and afterprom. The prom theme was a night in paris. It was so special for me because I was able to attend with my boyfriend of 2 years and seven months. That's kind of a big deal for me :D We had an amazing time. I recently heard about a school in Georgia that was in major need of some help to keep their prom going because of storms, etc. I was not able to help, but my prom was so special, and I seriously hope these juniors and seniors were able to have their special night to remember. Please keep these students, and everyone else effected by the storms in your prayers.