Sunday, July 26, 2009

Scenery Pics

Before I get started on the scenery pics, here is Molly having a blast at Nana's (my mom) house. They hung out at their house most of the time because my parents are taking care of my grandmother who recently had a stroke. So Molly got used to wearing only a diaper (it was over 100 degrees everyday), not doing her hair, and running the house. The only thing she has control over are the dogs so she had them in line for 8 days. You can't see it very well but she is holding a beggin strip treat for the dogs. She would carry them around all day so that the dogs would follow her. She screamed bloody murder if, heaven forbid, they took it without her permission. This is her cheese smile... she won't smile normal for cameras anymore.

Michael really held his own driving in Panama so I got a pick of him and the Prado (it was in desperate need of a wash when we were through).

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

We're Back!

We are back from our Panamanian adventures! Blake and I went with Michael and Libby to pick up Patrick from his mission. We had a fabulous time! Panama is gorgeous and I got a lot of great shots.

I loved seeing Blake back with his brother.

The temple was beautiful. It was a cloudy day but I think it made for a great backdrop.

Patrick was the smart one in this photo. He got the single bike. We thought it would be fun to take the four person bike, but it was a little hard to get going. I'm sure we fit in with the other Panamanians, lol.

Can the shore get any prettier?

The Canal! Can't go to Panama without seeing the Canal!

Patrick and his buddies from the mish.

I don't think I've announced that I'm pregnant, so I thought I'd include this one... I'm due in December:)

Love this:

Brothers. Reunited and ready for Panamanian mischief!

Takin a breather at the beach.

This was the view from our apartment. Instead of a hotel we rented an apartment in Casco Viego. It is supposedly the up and coming tourist place. There are ten blocks which are guarded by police that make this area safe for tourists. There were many places we visited (mainly Patrick's areas that he served in) that we could not roll down our windows. Extremely dangerous. But Casco is "arguably" the safest place in Panama (inside joke).