Happy Holidays 2021

We’re so happy to share our holiday card 2021! Our family and two of our dear friends brought this to life. We have to give Brett Bluth a standing ovation for creating and executing the theme. Brett hand painted every brush stroke on the wallpaper that covered our fireplace and floor as well as every brush stroke you see on our white clothing. This really happened in real life (hard to believe these days). We also have to give credit to Phillip Istomin for loving to create and for being the mastermind behind the lens as well as the back of the card. To put the cherry on top of the project, Brett wanted to paint one more brush stroke on each envelope we sent out to our friends and family. Wow, we had fun! Thank you, Brett and Phillip, for making this happen. Not sure how we will ever top it. First photo is the one we sent out, the rest are just as good!

Behind the scene photo.

Punta Mita Spring Break 2021

Punta Mita Spring Break 2021

We found ourselves back at our happy place for Spring Break. We’ve been coming to this same spot for years and always find our true Mexico serenity, especially when Park City’s spring becomes too long to bear. We happened to arrive on Charlotte’s 9th birthday, so obviously there was “Cake By The Ocean” and a proper piñata to crack. However, after much anticipation, the piñata was not filled with candy. Not sure where the miscommunication happened, but the kids really didn’t care. We were in Mexico and after that… little matters. So, happy 9th birthday to Charlotte and also happy spring break 2021. Below are the pictures to document our happy place – Punta Mita.

Below are pictures from our super awesome surf session.

The Bahamas / Exumas February 2021

The Bahamas / Exumas February 2021

Bermuda, Bahama, Come on pretty mama…

Words will definitely fall short to describe the incredible experience we were able to enjoy in the Exumas (Bahamas) on our first chartered catamaran.  For Park City’s “ski week” we escaped the snow (and anything to do with Covid) and disappeared into the turquoise Caribbean water where we truly wanted to stay forever.  It was just our family of four along with a husband/wife crew as we island hopped chasing sandbars into the sunset.  I tried to document the awesomeness of it all below with pictures, but they really don’t do it justice.  Thank you Mother Earth, The Bahamas, and of most of all, Stu and Hannah for our best vacation ever.  Like seriously.  (Keep singing Beach Boys…)

Things to remember:  Basically EVERYTHING, three meals a day with Chef Hannah, Captain Stu navigating, sand bars, sharks, turtles, Sea Boss, more sand bars, stingray shuffle, holding onto the tube with Captain Stu, swimming with nurse sharks, pig island, iguana island, conch shells, creating a new family color that only exists in the Bahamas called Bahama, the gentle rocking of the boat at night, sunsets, fancy drinks, snorkeling, the ocean currents that felt like rivers, exploring Boo Boo Hill, Thunderball grotto, sun burns, rashes, the Covid test on the beach, Charlotte hanging out with Chef Hannah, sand dollars, Charlotte and Johnny’s wrestling matches on the tube, way too much time at Atlanta airport, living every minute to the fullest.  We truly can’t wait to go back to Sea Boss with Hannah and Stu.