Two Bits

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Sarah Here :

This vacation has me exhausted and I know what you’re thinking, ‘oh booooohoooo, sleepy Sarah in sunny Florida,’ but I’ve been busy running around seeing the sights and I sure could use a little rest.  Don’t you always feel a little tired after a really great vacation?  This past week and a half I hopped around traveling East, West, North and South, from Orlando to Key West and back again.  I really am nodding off here, so below is a quick rundown of the highlights this time around. I’ll be sure to share some more images and details next week.

  • Seeing my childhood best friend and her beautiful new home – she is killin’ it! It pains me to live so far away from her.
  • Teaching sweet, young, autistic kids a bit of yoga.  We didn’t do too much, but I think they really enjoyed it!
  • Sleeping in an old Airstream trailer for a few nights. AirBnB is an amazing resource that never disappoints me.
  • Traveling to the Everglades for the first time in my life, even if I didn’t see any Alligators. We totally saw a manatee, which made up for the lack of gators.
  • Laughing at my brother after he was stung by a Portuguese Man of War. He just haaaaad to poke it.
  • Checking out the Florida Keys – another first for me.  Next time I go back, it will be to camp in one of the many state parks for a few weeks.
  • Seeing my Brazilian family and laughing away the days with them. My heart is so full, yet it will ache until I see them all again.
  • Spending quality one-on-one time with my brother and truly not having a care in the world for a dozen days.  Travel with your fam – you won’t regret it!

 

 

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