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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Father's Day in Paradise


On Father's Day, we got up early and jumped on a plane to Maui. We were eager to enjoy some quality family and relaxation time. When we first got on the plane, I was all prepared to work throughout the entire flight. Once we got on the flight, I quickly learned that there was no wifi over the Pacific Ocean. I was really stressed about all the work I planned to do during the flight, but then I realized that maybe it was a sign that I need to relax and take a break. I did something that I have not done in years - read a magazine, played cards and even took a couple of cat naps.


When we got off the plane, we did what we love to do - explore! We stopped at various scenic outlooks, and just enjoyed the beauty that surrounded us.


The kids shopped from locals selling souvenirs out of mini vans, bringing home keepsakes they will treasure for years to come. Father's Day kicked off a week full of adventures together in Paradise.


Stay tuned for more to come...

7 comments:

  1. Nice bonding! so inspiring for every family and the mini van selling souvenirs so cute. :)

    louise

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  2. Awwwwwww! What a nice warm and fuzzy post. Love the souvenir shopping bit.

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  3. Love love love Maui! Have a fantastic time! We're hoping to plan a trip back next year. Napili is our favorite area.

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  4. That's great you were able to relax and not work on the flight and the family photo of you looks so adorable! I can't wait to go back to Hawaii as a family - now with 3 kids! AGH. How challenging was that? Enjoy your beautiful vacation!

    Elle @ SeeMomWorkBlog - All work and no play makes mommy a dull chick!

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  5. What a great trip and family photo!! I love Maui! Glad you were able to put down the work and have some time to just relax!

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  6. That sounds like the most perfect and dreamy Father's day. I hope you stop working and start relaxing you crazy work a holic you! xo

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  7. Shannon CollearyJune 20, 2012 at 8:41 PM

    I love Maui! We did the bike ride from the top of the volcano at the crack of a gnat's ass a.m. Your kids might still be a little too young for that as we moved fast enough that I saw my life pass before my eyes several times.

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