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Vacation Has Begun!



Giving Daddy bunny ears


Eskimo Kisses


Truly amazed by how much I love and adore her!

So this year we are not taking a true vacation, but we both took a week off of work to enjoy some family time.  We kicked our vacation off by going to a housewarming party and a wedding on Saturday.


 On Sunday, we went to the Ringling Brother's Circus, which was an all day event.  We saw the animals before the show. Then we watched various "side show" performances before the show began.  Gabby even went to the center ring with a bunch of other children and learned a new dance by one of the performers.  She really seemed to enjoy the show, she never took her eyes off of the performances, except to eat cotton candy of course. The cotton candy caused her to be unable to sit still in her seat.  Michael described her as a can of soda who had been shaken up, which is an appropriate description.  We really enjoyed our weekend of making memories and I hope to update every few days while we are on vacation to share our adventures.

We went early to meet the animals before the show

This is what she thought of the elephants, they smelled.

Gabby got a lesson in the center ring by one of the performers
We had front row seats to a clown performance

Getting ready for the show to begin

We watched an elephant paint better then I can

No circus is complete without some dangerous felines

There were tons of these bubbles with ladies doing acrobats in them

The elephants had some serious skills in the finale

The dragon was finally revealed (the story line for the circus)

 Gabby is already asking when we can go again.  I guess we will have to again some time soon when they are in town.

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