Earlier this summer, one thing led to another and I ended up spending a week of vacation in Hawaii. Yep, one beautiful week in a pacific paradise. Let me explain how things came to be.
Honeybee and I are/will be Ohio-bound a bit more this year for family reasons (family reunion in July, his sister’s wedding in October and Christmas). Consequently, all his vacation time this year was dedicated to spending time with his family in the midwest, and not much was left for anything else.
I’m lucky enough to be allowed a bit more vacation time but since I he doesn’t have any more, I didn’t really know what to do with the left over week I had. I finally opted to place that week off on my birthday, so from August 27th do September 2nd but for the longest time I thought I was simply going to stay home. Somehow though, the thought of being home alone on the week of my birthday while Honeybee was working was making me a bit depressed, so I started looking for places to go or things to see. And finally, one week prior to my vacation, I stumbled on a 600$ plane ticket to Hawaii. Yep. That’s what happened.
I am still amazed at what I saw and experienced there, and to this day I still do not understand why the entire population of the US still hasn’t moved to Hawaii yet… Because I would if I could.
In other news though, I did take advantage of my week off to finish a cutie little white cotton blanket for little baby Damien who will get baptized in October. I used 3 full skeins of Berroco Modern Cotton DK, and it’s just so luscious and soft I could bury my face in it all day! I might write this pattern out in the next couple months with different yarn weight/gauge and size options, so keep an eye out for that.
That’s it for now folks, cheers 🙂