27 July 2008
24 July 2008
1. Laura y el aire, 2. Casa Viva's Mexican Village - Tulsa, 3. brookwood_grave2-0038-01, 4. Blue Light, 5. James McAvoy-2, 6. adelsheim pinot noir, 7. Manarola, Cinque Terre, Italy, 8. Dessert: Chocolate Souffle with Trio of Ice Creams, 9. 'Y' for Yoga, 10. Husband & Daughter, 11. Italian tender, loving & care, 12. Attache ta tuque
23 July 2008
Kit teaching Willis the robot in Africa~age 29
20 July 2008
17 July 2008
One of the activities we enjoyed most was a walking church tour through one of the most historic parts of town. I know we are big nerds...but, it really was cool & interesting. The first two pictures are from our favorite church that we visited, Circular Congregational Church. They had 1,000 origami cranes hanging at the front of the church which were called the 1,000 Cranes of Peace. Kit mentioned that he would love to do something like this in baby girl's room. I think it would be beautiful. So, if anyone has origami skills they want to share...hook us up! ;) Another interesting thing about the old churches was the graveyards that were around them. Some of them had graves from the 1700s. You could really see a difference in how "tombstone art" has changed over the years.
We spent one day doing activities in the city and 2 days hanging out at the beach. It was the perfect combination of activity and relaxation. I have been so blessed to have a companion who enjoys doing the same things as I do. So, when we go on vacations we never have any disagreements over what we should do. Plus, Kit's been working so hard lately...I think we were both just glad to have uninterrupted time together. This trip was just what we needed to gear up for all the preparations we're going to be focused on for the next 3 months.
Beautiful tree covered with Spanish Moss in old graveyard
Kit standing outside of an 11 foot door at a colonial home
Kit on the trolley after a long day in the Charleston sun
Rockin the 24 week belly
Enjoying a peaceful moment in a big swing on the harbour
Playing at the beach
07 July 2008
For the past two weeks my back pain has increased to a really bad level. After spending the latter half of my day off last Monday lying on the couch...I decided that was enough. I have been having pretty consistent mid-back pain since the beginning of May. I'm not sure what I thought was going to happen...It would just go away? Well, after Monday I was desperate. I knew I couldn't spend 4 more months on the couch. So, I found a chiropractor and started treatments. Dr. Caroline specializes in pregnancy chiropractics and I'm hopeful that she can help me heal.