Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Things To Do in Florida...

I'm still quite uncomfortable, so this post will be just about as lame as my back. By the way, I've been diagnosed with sacroiliitis. So there.



On our way to Florida. Those are the progeny. Fred wants to play baseball when he grows up, and be an improv comedian in the offseason. Zoe wants to play soccer and drive a motorcycle.



Visiting the cockpit. Thanx to Notsocranky for suggesting we do this. The pilot on the left couldn't be bothered to talk to us. He just sat there eating his discounted Christmas candy (the orange sticker on the bag said '3 for $.99!'), but the dude on the right was cool.


There's still a lot of damage left unrepaired from the past hurricane season. This was two doors down from my mothers' house.


This was three doors down. Lots of lots.




That's Zoe feeding a stingray. Fred is now an expert in the ways of the ray. He knows that their closest relative in the fishy world is the shark. He knows how to walk in ray-filled waters in order to prevent getting 'stung' (shuffle your feet). He thinks they feel like jello covered in sandpaper.


F & Z at the beach.




My little actor. He loves to ham it up. Such a clown.

That's it. Time for flexeril and ibuprofen.

If I wasn't having so much fun, I'd say it sucks to get old.

Yeharr

7 Comments:

Blogger Notsocranky Yankee said...

Nice pix! The pilot in the right seat is the First Officer (like me) -- F/O's are cool. :)

Where were you feeding the rays?

Hope your back feels better --

1:36 AM  
Blogger Dear Lovey Heart said...

looks like fun hope ya feel better soon

2:51 AM  
Blogger Daniel Hoffmann-Gill said...

Nice post.

5:43 AM  
Blogger Stormmaster said...

Nice pictures! Pain in the back is a pain in the a..

Hope you get better soon.

7:17 AM  
Blogger Colleen said...

cool pix man. hope you are feeling better! nix that idea about the beer and heating pad if you are taking pain pills. not a good idea when kids are around.

8:41 AM  
Blogger Jessica said...

Good to see you again. Well, to read you and to see your kids. Hopefully a diagnosis means you're getting closer to ending the back pain.

6:30 PM  
Blogger Guy Wonders said...

Sacroiliitis. Man, it's even painful to spell. It must have been even worse to have it on a vacation. The kids looked like they were having a blast, though. I hope it goes away soon. . . Cheers

8:52 PM  

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