Thursday, April 16, 2009

Aloha!

I'm back and we had a fabulous time in Hawaii! I cannot tell you how thankful we are that my parents planned this trip. The first half with the family in Maui was great, and the second half in Kauai was priceless. Returning to the places we went on our honeymoon (in Kauai) where we had so much fun was awesome. I'm totally sentimental, what can I say?

However now I'm back in SLO, I'm having major post-vacation depression. I know it will pass in about a week, but it sucks! I would give anything to be living the island lifestyle right now...including basking in the warmer weather. It is FREEZING here!! Even my body is rejecting the weather. I am so sore ALL over and I don't even know what from. Oh right...it's from the cold weather! Don't get me wrong...I am trying to be positive and be thankful that I even got to go, but coming home is so hard. It happens to me every time.

There is also a slight chance I might have gotten a job, so with that looming in the horizon I'm trying to get as much done around the house as possible. Including painting the last unpainted room in our house. We will see how much I get accomplished.

For now please enjoy a few photos from the trip. I'm hoping to post about all the highlights, but as you may know, I don't always follow through.

6 comments:

jay said...

Woah, that last picture looks really familiar.... were you guys staying in Kihei by any chance (in Maui)? That looks exactly like the grounds at my parents' timeshare.

Amber said...

Jay - We did stay in Kihei, but we are not in Kihei in any of those photos! Stay tuned for Kihei photos. :-)

Sarah said...

Is that a snow cone? I'm even more jealous now! Looks like an awesome trip! Can't wait to hear more about it!

Maggie said...

Okay, now I get why you miss the shaved ice so much!

Judy S said...

Nice photos! At least you aren't cold today in SLO.
85 degrees!

Daniel and Brianne said...

Awesome! Looks like you guys had a blast! I know what you kean about the post vacation depression. It always reminds me of that Dido song "Sand in My Shoes." Its a good one and it pops in my mind everytime I come home from vacation.
Hope things are going well...congrats on the possible job.