Monday, March 14, 2016

If only weekends could last forever!

Last night as we were wrapping up the weekend I said to Tony that I wished the weekends could last forever!  We are simply just loving living our life.  I know I say it in every post but I truly am just enjoying every moment.  

We have been taking the time to explore new parks around us.  A few Saturday's ago we went on a nice long walk then went to the St. Augustine Lighthouse.  The climb up to the top is intense but the view is worth it!  


On our nature walk!

Exploring new parts of Florida!

Break time!

St. Augustine Lighthouse

My babies!

Both kids have started their spring sports schedule.  Brody is playing baseball and Marissa is playing soccer.  It really makes the weeks a little crazy but both of them have been enjoying it!

Brody and Coach Daddy

Brody's team is the Phillies

Team pic after the game


We also spent a Saturday night at a restaurant overlooking the water that you can catch a beautiful sunset at.  What an amazing way to spend the evening!  After dark, the whole restaurant lights up with beautiful twinkle lights and it's an amazing atmosphere!  

Cap's On The Water Restaurant!

Beautiful Sunset Dinner



The kids went to Glowga with the kids next door on Friday night so Tony and I headed down to St. Augustine.  We just walked around the streets.  There is so much going on that it almost feels like a big city with live music coming out of different restaurants all over town.  We got some coffee and sat outside pondering life!  The kids had so much fun and it made for a fun night for all.  

Date Night in St. Augustine

Ready for Kids Night Out with Adam and Kara

Glowga pic with Marissa, Adam and Brody

More Glowga

Brody at Glowga


Beach time, long bike rides, swimming, park time, soccer games, baseball games and just enjoying being outside is what we are doing most every day!  


Paddleboard:  Our new obsession

My view as I'm laying by the pool!  Can't beat it!

Sunday Morning Coffee on the patio

Beach Time

Two happy, blessed kids

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