It's that time of year again. The Bio Girl family have left the bluegrass state for the... what is Florida called? The Orange state? The vacation state? I don't know. I could google it, but instead I will just say we are in Florida. We will be down here for two weeks, then back home for two weeks, then off to North Carolina for a week. Last year we lined all three weeks of our vacations up, but this year we decided to break it up. Leaving work for three straight weeks, it turns out, is not really practical. And so, you know, we aren't doing that anymore. Plus we have Candice and Lucas' wedding the first weekend of July, and OBVIOUSLY we have to be home for that!
Anyway, I had not really planned on blogging on vacation, which I think is always my plan, but then I always get on vacation and realize it is so much easier to find time to blog when I have literally no responsibilities beyond like, making sure Henry stays alive and we all eat at some point during the day. So, here I am! Blogging! Not that I have much to say, but I do have vacation pictures!
On Monday we decided to tour the Edison and Ford Winter Estates, because we are a family of nerds raising our son to also nerd out over historical landmarks and museums.
Look, it's Henry with Henry (Ford)! We took way more pictures, but of course those were with my real camera, not my phone. So... I will probably post them when I get home. Maybe. I mean, do you all want to see details of the museum and tour, or is it best to leave it a surprise for when you all rush to take the tour on your next trip to Ft. Myers??
After the estate tour we headed to putt putt, which is sorta a vacation requirement for our family. Also a vacation requirement, group selfies.
They are not always taken without protest, but the usually give in to me in the end! (insert loud groans and gnashing of teeth at the suggestion of another picture)
We actually used Trip Advisor to pick our putt putt place, and went with the top rated one.
Moving on! Yesterday we headed to the beach!
And relaxing with his Mama
Papa was also there, but not photographed, so here is another one of Henry
On some level I understand that if you were not at the beach, and this is not your kid, all these pictures look the same.
And now you are all caught up on vacation. Thank goodness, right?