Thursday, June 24, 2010

South of the Border

After the extreme heat and humidity in Bangkok, Tucson is not looking so bad to us. A dry heat truly is different and not nearly as sweaty. To beat the heat and have some added quality family time, we all headed south of the border to Rocky Point, Mexico, our family vacation spot for many years. We rented a beautiful house on the water and frolicked, drank beer and did a whole lot of nothing. It was glorious. Sojo was all about digging on this trip. Digging in the early morning, digging in the evening, digging under umbrellas.


We are off to Washington tomorrow and sadly won't have any more time with my brothers and their fabulous ladies. My dad recently found this wise quote by A.A. Milne from Winnie-the-Pooh that is now a favorite of mine.

How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.

Couldn't have said it better myself. Goodbye, Arizona. We kinda love your extreme dry heat. Thanks for the fab suntan and bluest of blue skies. Mojo and Seanie, Cathy and Katherine--thanks for the true together time. Gets sweeter every year for me.

3 comments:

Prita said...

So glad you are heading to Washington! When will you be in our area? We would love to see you guys!

popo said...

Aaaah Winnie the Pooh, you are so wise.

Sharon Dent said...

This is my new favorite quote! So happy to see you're having a wonderful summer. Your Sojo stories warm my soul.