Mar 27, 2016

Enjoying each moment to the fullest

In our last days here in paradise we are living each day to the fullest and creating memories.  Nothing in life is for certain so we are enjoying our days with the girls and each other.  We are all well and thank all of you who have sent personal emails checking in on us.

For some reason I just can’t pull myself away from being outside and just simply enjoying the ocean, the wind and the view and all the energy that that creates.  I have however been taking many photos and have lots to show you.  That will come over the next few weeks.  One does not always have to document and publish life in real time.  Good things keep 😉

The internet here is extremely S L O W…….most frustrating.  I suspect we have 1 or 2 people watching movies online.

Semena Santa is here and we are living it in the moment, so glad we stayed for it.  What a great past few days it has been.  Of course we are also in the final days of preparation to pack up and leave but we are doing that slowly and savoring our last days.

Good Friday.

Good Friday.

We have a few dark and cloudy days and no sunsets. This is from a week or so ago.

We have a few dark and cloudy days and no sunsets. This is from a week or so ago.

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11 Responses to “Enjoying each moment to the fullest”

  1. rae says:

    My internet is being excruciating, too, which is rare. Bet the network as a whole is overloaded this week.

    Love your pic of the beach. Not an angle I would have thought to shoot from.

  2. Connie in PA says:

    Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy – truer words have never been spoken – love what you wrote here!

  3. Cat M says:

    Glad to hear that you, Colin and the girls are enjoying your last days to the fullest.

    Wish I could be there to have a glass of wine with you and share one of your last days. 😉

    • contessa says:

      I wish that you were here also. Seems that I have a lot of left over vino and could use a friend to help me with it 🙂

  4. We are already missing Mexico, so definitely enjoy it while it lasts! Did the RV caravan come through?

    Ruth

    • contessa says:

      The caravan arrived about 11AM this morning. I was helping Paul park the rigs. They hadn’t been parked more that ten minutes and were asking for more time here, so far they are spending two nights here. Looks like Tres Amigos on Isla de la Piedra is now officially a permanent stop on the tour 🙂

  5. chris says:

    But you have another paradise to return to!

    • contessa says:

      Exactly and we are happy to be heading there knowing that we get to return here again. We are so very fortunate to have the best of both worlds.

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