Heading to Ritual Roasters for our morning brew.
Harper was looking a little strange this morning.
Over the 4 weeks we where in Maui we had 4 generations of Lord’s at the house. Great Grandma Sue (Harper Sue’s namesake) came to the island late in our trip. Her tan was better than mine when she arrived due to what I presume is many hours in her blue ribbon garden. We’re looking forward to showing Harper her Great Grandma’s garden soon.
Found: Ten toes attached to the uber-cute legs of one Harper Sue on Tuesday, Sept 8th.
This morning Harper Sue and I accompanied Rob and Ira on their morning walk and fetch down Makena Beach. Also known as Big Beach, the walk down and back takes about an hour and offers Ira at least 30 opportunities for ball retrieving glory. He does not dissapoint.
At 7:30am the usually busy beach is nearly empty and the view is amazing with Molokini in the distance and soft golden sand underfoot. Our return home on Wednesday is coming up fast and while most of the “action” this trip was keeping up with Harper’s nap and feeding schedule I still feel we are all a little worn out from vacationing. I’m starting to wish we had more time here to rest up before heading home. Wait, what??
Harper has been sampling (aka: licking) the wonderful bounty of fruits growing in the front yard. Today she spent a good 10 minutes grazing on a mango seed. Yesterday she was hooked on drops of young coconut water. By the time we leave she’ll be sucking down Lava Flows like a native.
Silly hat courtesy of Memere’ (aka: Grandma Corzine)