Sunday, April 09, 2006

skull island!

we found an island! and while we were there, we saw dolphins swim by! three of them!!! it was awesome.

18 comments:

The Goodfellas said...

feliz aniversario, mamita y papito! no puedo creer que se casaron hace treinta an~os. me da mucha esperanza ver como son ustedes dos.

los extran~o mucho mucho mucho! regresen pronto!!!!

sabes, tu visita fue como un trago de coca cola en la mitad de pasar por el desierto. gracias gracias gracias. :-)

grubedoo said...

I prefer dolphins to tuna. Mmm, Mmm.

The Goodfellas said...

speaking of which: i didn't know mahi-mahi was dolphin! now i feel bad. i can't believe i ate something that smiles! :-o

okay jason- which would you rather eat: cat, puppy, or snake?

Jenna said...

do dolphins really smile?

hawk christian said...

What is that that you call a person who sits on a beach with nothing to do???

Mr. McFall said...

Gracias mi hijita, nosotros nos sentimos lo mismo! Estamos listos a regresar!!! Gracias por todo...tu Papi

The Goodfellas said...

yes, they so-much smile!!! they have these big dopey toothy grins, it's so cute. not cute enough to run out and get a tattoo of a dolphin leaping over a sunset or something, but cute. :-)

grubedoo said...

Which would you rather eat: cat, puppy, or snake?

Hmm. I'll go with sautee'd puppy in a creamy kitten sauce.

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heidi_go_lightly said...

Eating the family pet is just plain wrong, that is unless you live on a farm.

The Goodfellas said...

i think my computer was too slow to load it :-( i like the changes you've made though (based on what i could see) - is it finished?

The Goodfellas said...

oh, i just read what ryan wrote about it. it definitely didn't load. pretty much all i saw was the red curtain and the arrows!! and the letter "B" loaded, which looked like an insect. i liked that. :-)

mark and monsita! said...

great island Jenny, perhaps next time we can go there for a whole day!!

The Goodfellas said...

and you know what??? megan just mailed matt a birthday present, and she got us a ton of cool stuff - like this water-proof bag (to put DIGITAL CAMERAS IN!! HIJOLE!) and a flashlight that doesn't use batteries, you just shake it to charge it up! and a first aid kit! funny, the one she got us ~didn't~ come with a bull-castration kit. wonder where she found that. ;-)

Mrs. Van Houten said...

Why would it include a bull castration kit? I didn't realize that was standard!

The Goodfellas said...

oh yes, megan... you wouldn't want to be caught unprepared in case you were in a critical condition and desperately needed to perform a castration would you???

Brian and/or Megan said...

Well, I guess not.

Brian and/or Megan said...

ps, we're starting a blog but we need help!

drvono said...

Wow, hello! Former fellow Best Man for Sui G's wedding here. I happened to stumble onto your blog from his. I'm glad to see you two are doing well! I didn't know you two were teachers, so is my wife!

Anyway, I just wanted to clarify that although mahi-mahi were commonly known as "dolphin fish," they are in no way related to the mammal known as dolphin. The name "mahi-mahi" was adopted to help avoid confusion. Most cultures find it ethically wrong to eat dolphins.