Saturday, August 29, 2009

He's Really Fast

Not to much is happening. Today we power washed the shady side of the house...again. I have been pleading for weeks, and it finally happen. Wezul has work for at least another week, but his project manager is hoping to hear about an extension. We will have to see how that pans out.

Below is my sneak attack of senor. He was trying out his new headphones he bought with his allowance he saved. Haha!!!
The following shot was Wezul dancing around as he was trying to hide behind me...hahaha!!! I still got your ear!

Is that Flash Gordon? NO...just Wezul moving super fast...Just kidding...sorta...he was not being a cooperative photography subject.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

It has been quiet

Not much to report on our end. We are doing well. Trying to keep the momentum up while Jason gets all the OT he can possibly get while we wait to hear what is going to be his next project.

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Just Amazing!!

This weekend we went to Carolina Beach to visit with some dear friends Wezul has known for a long time. While we were there, their son called up to the house and told us that a nest of sea turtles were about to hatch. Off to the beach a group of us went. By the time we reached the beach, only one turtle had emerged and had already made his way to the ocean.

The other hatchlings decided that they wanted to take their time. After being nice and snug in their little warm egg that was buried under the sand, who can blame them for wanting to take their time to get into the cold, dark ocean.

However, there is plenty of food waiting for them.

There was a volunteer group there from the Pleasure Island Sea Turtle Project to ensure everything went smoothly for the babies' transition from the egg to the sea.

After a couple of hours, after watching just four heads poking out of the sand and doing much of nothing, chaos erupted.

All of a sudden the turtles were bubbling up from the sand and making their way to the the ocean.

Watch the little ones take their first plunge into the sea!

I couldn't imagine a better post to turn the dashboard post number to 100. It's moments like these that remind me why I do what I do is important to me!