My charred skin has started to peel and I’m having to eat clean to make up for the all the fun we had but… I’m still California dreaming. Five days is a long time to leave our kids. In fact, it’s the longest we’ve ever left them. As soon as we arrived I immediately missed them. Thinking why didn’t we think to bring them with us? They would love it here. In case you are curious, yes those thoughts subsided and were replaced with Why would I bring our kids here? It’s so relaxing here. Mr. Robinson, on the other hand, did fine the first few days then started missing them and even thought about trying to switch our flights to come home a day early. He quickly came to his sense and we took the extra 24 hours to hike, talk, sit by the pool, shop (for him, not me. A first), dine, and catch up on sleep.
Having spent the last 7 week at PreK camp, Raynes has started to ask what is this summer business all his friends keep talking about and will he ever get to go to ‘summer?’ Next and final stop- family vacation for well, our family. Anything to escape this Florida heat. This week has been so hot that my hair grows poofier by the hour, skin damp and all clothes seem to hot. I’m ready for fall, just as soon as I squeeze out a little more summer.