I have had the gorgeous island of Kauai on my mind over the last couple days, and I just cant shake it! I truly believe this paradise has been on my mind because in the midst of change, the mind tends to reminisce. There is tons of change going on in my life currently….amazing change that I will elaborate on at a later date. Exactly two years ago, I was stepping off of a plane at PBI airport after two glorious weeks in Hawaii with my family. In the last two years, my life has changed drastically. I graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University, I started a career, learned a ton about the corporate world, and most importantly–I realized what I want out of life. It is now my time (our time) to go get it, and I will. In this post, I will show you exactly why our time in Kauai showed us true paradise. I can’t wait to go back to this magical place, and hopefully soon I will only be a 6 hour plane ride away! 😉
Hi Love Bugs,
I AM HOME. I AM HOME. I AM HOME. I love being home, and HAPPY MOTHERS DAY to all of the amazing moms out there! I was born and raised in West Palm Beach, and it is truly one of the BEST places in Florida. The weather is sunny and warm, it is on the East Coast so you have beautiful blue waters, there is a ton going on, and it is close to Miami if you are craving that true metro feel. There is so much to do here–from beach life to shopping to night life, you can constantly stay busy. There is also a big boating community down here as well, and no surprise, I grew up on a boat. In fact, my first word was “pescado” (fish) in Spanish but I probably said it more like “pe-cao.” I have a deep passion for the ocean as if you didn’t know from this blog. The East Coast of Florida is known for its beautiful sunrises. I woke up early this morning to catch some photos on my GoPro, and boy was it a treasure. We found a gorgeous bluish purple jellyfish (yes, we have jellyfish here) and a capsized boat. I feel sorry for the owner. Genuine rookie mistake. The East Coast of Florida is also known for their huge Cuban community, and being from a big Cuban family, we had to stop at the Cuban bakery and pick up fresh Cuban bread, croquetas and pastelitos. DELICIOUS! I can’t find good Cuban food anywhere in Fort Myers! PS. Happy Mothers Day to all the wonderful mothers out there. I know I treasure and love the heck out of mine. Also, check out the flowers from my parent’s garden! The purple orchids were taken from my grandpa’s garden, but nonetheless, we were able to make a wonderful floral arrangement. Northing like home grown flowers! They are so beautiful.