Last week we went to Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida. Marcus eagerly begged to use the camera and I agreed, since I figured it would be a good opportunity to see our day through his eyes.
About 3 years ago I bought a Nikon camera so we could capture better photographs of the kids, but mostly all it’s done is sit in the carrying case. Tonight I dusted it off and took it with us to the beach.
Today we visited Koreshan State Historic Site in Estero, Florida. It was beautiful, scenic, educational, slightly eerie, possibly haunted, and left us scratching our heads over the cult-ish religious beliefs of the people that once inhabited that land.
Outward appearance can be deceiving.
Yesterday we skipped church (shame on us) to go to the beach. Everyone was excited because it was a beautiful, sunny, breezy, 80-degree weather type of day. Excitement increased seeing the crystal blue water as we drove over the bridge onto the island. Once we parked and unloaded we headed onto the sand and thankfully our favorite spot under the trees was still available (something we doubted since it’s spring break season right now). After setting up chairs and lathering sunscreen it was time to head to the water for baby C’s first experience.
Then the complaining started, and for partly valid reasons. YUCK! Seaweed everywhere, merky water, and half eaten fish? Where were we? This was not the pristine beautiful water we saw from on top of the bridge!
This experience reminded me of how people see us.