Today marks my last vacation recap! I know you’re excited for them to end, huh? I love to look back at them, but they seem silly at the time. Like, why does everyone care what I did? Then I think… wait, why do I have a blog at all? Oh, that’s right. I like to talk. A lot. (PS: If you missed them, I recapped day one and day two as well.)
Sunday morning we woke up and hit the gym again. Having my parents on vacation with us was awesome. Side note: I sweat a lot.
It was leg day, but we added in a few things we usually don’t do. My hamstrings died a little that day.
After we left the gym, Maddux turned into Godzilla and smashed through his plate of food and attacked Ryne. It was fun for everyone.
I really start to slack on vacation pictures after the first day. We spent the whole day at the beach, but I’m pretty sure I only took about two pictures. One was of my cheap salad.
The other was of the cutest baby ever. He’s so ridiculous.
My mom and dad wanted to spend the evening with Maddux, so we got to go on a dinner date! I even wore a new dress. It’s wrinkly because I don’t like to iron. <-Random fact of the day.
The back has bows on it, which I think it balances out the wrinkles nicely.
For dinner, we headed to Skull Creek Boathouse. We’ve been there before, but this time we were baby-free so we got to just hang out a little. It ended up being a great thing that we had babysitters. The wait was crazy long. It was packed!
We ordered some drinks and hung out on the dock.
Once the sun set, it was time for dinner. I ordered the Royal Seafood Sampler. It had coco seared scallops, a “salt and vinegar” crab cake, stuffed jumbo shrimp, savannah rice, and green beans. It was heavenly.
Once again, we went back to the hotel after dinner and fell asleep. I swear we are the biggest rock stars on the planet. The next morning, we took an early walk on the beach. Ryne and M watched as I did some yoga. I even practiced my handstands. In front of people. I know. Who have I become? I’m getting used to pushing myself out of my comfort zone. It’s pretty bad ass.
After I almost ate sand a few times, we headed to breakfast. We passed a few gators on the way. You couldn’t pay me enough money to walk along that water. Eek.
Stop. Bagel time. Did you just picture me dancing like MC Hammer? Because I did. Anyway, we stopped at Island Bagel Company. It took me about 2 seconds to decide what I wanted.
Ryne pondered about his order for a while…
I got the cheesiest, avocadiest, and veggiest omelet I’ve ever seen. All of those words are legit adjectives, by the way.
Then it was time to go home. Noooooooo! Why does real life have to exist? I like to pretend that there is an alternate reality somewhere in which I am always on vacation. 😉 Well, since I’m not, I guess I have real life stuff to attend to now like dishes and bottles. See y’all later!