I decided to take a quick flashback to vacation today. One afternoon, Durel, Jack and I decided to take on Key West. It was hotter than the surface of the sun, so we didn't do much.
We did two things, though. We sat on the porch of an old-fashioned ice cream shop and shared a dish of key lime sorbet between the three of us. That's good stuff.
We also went to the Southernmost Point in the United States. Well, we were one pier over from the one that everyone takes pictures of, which looks like this:
We could have walked over to it to take a picture. We did not, because it was hotter than the surface of the sun, and walking to the end of the pier would have negated all the cooling effects of the sorbet we had just eaten.
We also stopped at a cool butterfly conservatory. If you do not have a toddler, you read that sentence and assume that we went through the conservatory. You would be wrong. If you have a toddler, and have been reading closely about our TWO events already completed on a day when it's hotter than the surface of the sun, your guess is that we did not go through the conservatory. You would be right.
We did however, in the great tradition of my family, go to the gift shop. We got little presents for Jack's teachers, and took this picture of our Boy as Butterfly outside:
Hope your day has a cool treat and a butterfly in it,