Gone campin'....

Just wanted to let everyone know that we're taking off for the weekend, going camping near Puerto Morelos.  We'll so how Mr. Max likes roughing it in a tent on the beach and how many mosquitoes we have to fight off.  Max's fourth birthday is on Sunday, we'll just do small celebration with the three of us, big party comes when he goes back to school after the holiday.  No Easter stuff happening with us, though my mom just called to see if I could put together an Easter basket for Max from his Grandparents.  I haven't seen any baskets or eggs or bunnies around, it's not such a commercial holiday around here, though I suspect I might find something in the touristy Walmart.  We're not a religious family so there won't be any church going either.  I guess Easter is really just vacation time and birthday celebrations for us.  I know it means a lot more to a lot of other people, I mean no offense, in fact I wish you all a very happy Easter!  May you find peace and joy in the time you spend with your loved ones.

Will give a full report of our adventure when we return, hasta pronto!

Comments

Amanda Lynn said…
Have lots of fun camping! I hope you don't have too many mosquitoes to fight off. Those buggers are annoying.
Gaelyn said…
Have a great time camping on the beach. Sure sounds like fun. I'm sure Max will love it. Who needs easter? Find shells instead of eggs.
Lisa (LGMB) said…
Do have fun camping and take Gaelyn's advice ... hunting seashells sounds like more fun to me too :)
Fned said…
Have a great time!! I grew up on Camping trips so I can tell ya Max is gonna love it!!

Fned.
Rob said…
I doubt the mosquitoes were an issue, but I'll bet it was a little windy in the old tent!
Heather said…
Cant wait to hear about all the adventures. Its funny when others do and dont celebrate certain things. I remember in Kenya, ethiopian new years was huge, lol!

-h

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