Sunday, April 4, 2010

an Acrobatic Sting Ray


The other day while in Mexico, my brother Eric and I went swimming in the ocean with a couple boogie boards. We were just enjoying the waves and seeing how far they could take us into shore, until we saw something splash in the ocean. As we got closer we discovered it was a school of String Rays swimming very close to where we were. All of the sudden one jumped clear out of the water into the air and did a back flip!! i was in shock at first because it was so amazing, it was one of the coolest things i have seen! Grateful to have seen one of the oceanĀ“s many wonders...

Friday, March 19, 2010

A Sandstorm

Friday, February 26, 2010

Are you ready for the floor?.....

New re-make of this music video coming soon... starring a surprise performance by some sweet chicas.

Monday, February 22, 2010

"Reprogram yourself every minute of each day with thoughts that make you grow. when you're feeling irritated or confused, try to laugh at yourself. Laugh outloud at this woman tormented by doubts and anxieties, convinced that her problems are the most important thing in the world."

--Paulo Coelho
The Witch of Portobello

I'm ALive!!

Little KiKi survived after a week of being trapped under rubbles from Haiti's devastating earthquake. The lil' guy is so happy to just be alive. He held on to hope. hope to live. hope to see his family, hope to be rescued. Makes you really appreciate life... overcome by grattitude.

Friday, February 12, 2010

The Dominican Republic "Que lo que?"

family trip here we come... next stop: The Dominican RepublicOur own private cabin house. Man, we really roughed it didn't we? ;)We had planned our trip to the D.R. long before the devastating earthquake hit Haiti leaving it in rubles. It was great to be able to deliver medical supplies for Haiti ourselves. We took the supplies to the center for "Ayuda a Haiti" in downtown Santo Domingo.
May God be with you Haiti, keep up hope!!
The start of our hike to Pico Daurte... 12 miles to go...all up hill...ugh what were we thinking?
Oh and who is Daurte again? Wikapedia: Pico Duarte was named in honor of Juan Pablo Duarte, one of the Dominican Republic's founding fathers. At 3,098 meters (10,164 feet) in elevation, Pico Daurte is the highest peak in all the Caribbean islands. It lies in the Cordillera Central range, the greatest of the Dominican Republic's mountain chains.
hiking through the fog about two hours to left, so beautiful!!
In the end, it was well worth it The Food:
The Dominican way to eat...Que rico!
Sancocho... a native D.R. dish. pork, chicken, yucca, plantain, corn on the cob... mmm so yummy!!

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Monday, October 12, 2009



Love this. It is like a little sleek Sex in The City dress. So cute!!