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Kate and I went to Oahu for almost a week with my parents. My cousins, Aimee, Zsa Zsa and Pola and their significant others came, too. We attended my cousin, Ben's wedding and did some sightseeings, too. I took 200 pictures but I'm only posting a few of them. We went snorkeling at Hanauma Bay but haven't developed those pictures yet since I used a disposal waterproof camera. Kate went in the water but she didn't want to stick her head down to look at the fishes.
Here's Kate waiting for us to board the plane behind her.
We stayed in Waimanalo. It's on the east side of Oahu. Here's a view from the back of the beach house.
Here's the main house where we stayed (Mom and Dad (masterbedroom), Me and Kate (one room) and Aimee (another room).
Here's the guesthouse where Zsa Zsa, Brett, Pola and Gio stayed.
Here's a view from my parent's room.
Aimee and Kate walking to the beach at dawn. We got the sunrise since we were on the eastside.
We went to the Paradise Cove Luau. Here are Kate and her grandparents.Zsa Zsa, Aimee, Kate, me and Pola.
At the wedding of Ben and Brenda.
We visited the Dole Plantation and got on the Pineapple Express.
I'm a Stay-at-Home-Mom (SAHM) with two little girls (Kate, 5 and Kaylee, 3) and a wonderful husband (Jim Keith) of seven years. I used to worked as an Accountant for so many years before I became a SAHM. I hope to go back to "real" work when the girls are older. Since becoming a SAHM, I discovered stamping and became addicted to it. I started stamping in 2004 and became a Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator in February 2007.