While on the Disney cruise my mom thought it was a good idea to take photos of our food. She said something along the lines of dad would like to see them. I didn’t really see any value in doing so and so after a few times of going along with it I decided it was necessary to photo bomb a couple when she gave me her camera to photograph my food. Melanie caught me and surprisingly decided to follow suit rather than scald me for my childish behavior. Fortunately mom never noticed and I kept waiting and waiting to hear from her after she got home and showed dad the photos. Sadly that moment never came and so either they didn’t want to indulge my sense of humor or their eye sight is going with their age. Below are a sample of the photos, I’ll let you figure out which ones are photo bombed. Sadly I still sit here and chuckle as I look at the photos.
As I am struggling to find anything to post, validated by the last several days’ weak attempts to continue to my daily post streak, I figured it is time to return to our Disney cruise from this past December. One of our ports of call was Nassau and we chose to visit Atlantis so that we could play with the dolphins. Our first dolphin was pregnant and overly moody, so they had to bring in a second dolphin half way through. I wish I could tell you which one is which in the pictures, but you know what they say about dolphins… Ok, they don’t really say that, but it’s a good excuse for me to not name them. I do believe the stand in was a young male, maybe two years old, named Menus. No idea what the old bat’s name was. Alas, it was a great experience and one that I would probably rate near the top of the trip.
To follow up to the video I posted last night, here are more than a handful of photos from the game. Unfortunately they lost 8-7 and Mason took it pretty hard, to the point of tears. Fortunately he has some pretty awesome teammates that quickly came to his side to give him a pat on the back for doing what he could with the multitude of breakaways. At this age, on full ice, it’s an all too often occurrence. After all is said, he had a great time and another set of memories and about an hour later had forgotten about the pain of losing and was just having fun enjoying his family lunch with his local aunts.