Liam's routine on the beach is to pick up something new, put it in his mouth, eat all the sand on it, and then move on. It looks like this stick is the next victim.
In every single photo of Amelie, she is running, jumping, or moving. She is non-stop action, mainly because she loves the beach and everything a three-year old can do on one.
Fried oyster sandwich from Sea 'n Suds. Just about everything was fried, but low prices (for the area) made up for fairly generic menu.
Beignets from Cafe Beignet. This is definitely regional food and was made famous by Cafe Du Monde in New Orleans. This place was the perfect example of a breakfast place that would be worth revisiting if they had any atmosphere at all (or even coffee that was good).
We've had a lot of transition. Up ending our lives, selling everything, changing jobs, moving, making new friends...the list goes on. But it's fun, it's exciting, it's energizing. We are loving being on a schedule that looks different everyday, in a place that is new, with a new setting and environment just a few months over the horizon. There is no monotony or boredom except for that which we choose to create or allow to exist. We feel like we are starting a chapter in our story that is exciting, that people will want to read, that our kids will want to tell. Not that we were unhappy or tired of the previous chapters. We loved writing them as well. They made us who we are and got us where we are. However, now the story has taken a turn that is more in line with our personalities, and we are excited to be a part of whatever happens next.