I started a new bible study right before we left so I took advantage of the scenery during quiet time. Every morning I was in awe of His majesty. Actually all week I kept thinking about how amazing of an artist He is. The same God who told the sun to rise each morning, the waves to only come so far, and who created the seas. After snorkeling one day, AB and I talked about how fierce (scary) the seas can be and how much respect we had for it after seeing all the abundant life underwater. Isn't it fun to see life through the lens of our Creator, rather than our own?!
We ventured out to the east side of the island to see the blow holes. I had never seen blow holes, so I was impressed. But my mom - not so much. She's seen "real blow holes!" where the water really blew out. Haha!
But first...let's take a selfie! And sorry for the picture overload...everyone wanted their picture in front of said blow holes! :) Not to mention we only have 4000+ photos combined between our phone & DSLR.
|Ace loved finding the sea snails.|
These boys love their mimi & papa!
Still can't get over how beautiful the skies are there!!
Once again that evening (after naps) we made our way back to Starfish point. With another stop by Rum Point for some ruuumm, of course! This is also the evening, we (Kara, Justin, & myself) got stung by jellyfish larvae. Ouch!!
|Kara found a sea urchin.|
We had the place to ourselves. My mom stayed back with Chance since he was napping when we left and since the mosquitoes were so bad when the sun started to go down. But check out the sunset. That's my dad in the next two pictures looking for starfish. This is also where he met a couple from Oklahoma, where he shared about my mom and they prayed with him and for my mom, right there under that beautiful sunset.
"Not all those who wander are lost."
My parents will celebrate 40 years of marriage this November. What an inspiration!!!!