Saturday, February 21, 2009

Stingray City - Grand Cayman '09

We chartered a boat with our friends and headed out to Stingray City earlier in the week. This is the place in the bay where the stingray all migrate because tourists visit with chump, squid and other yummy treats. Although the stingrays are wild, they are gentle and swim around as if they enjoy the human company.
Tim was the only one of the kids who would get into the water. Megan and Kate preferred watching from the boat. I was able to get Meg to agree to dangle her legs off the side of the boat to at least feel the animals. That in itself was a huge step! Maybe next year, she'll even step onto the ladder.

Many of us spent the afternoon diving for conch shells, starfish and lobster. Only Mike was brave enough to eat the conch dip later on during the cruise, but we all enjoyed a taster lobster dinner that night.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Will you please consider helping?
There is a new easy way to raise money for Three Angels Children’s Relief. Just start using Yahoo! powered as your search engine and they'll donate a penny to Three Angels every time you do a search!
All you have to do is search the Internet just like you normally would — the site is powered by Yahoo!, so you'll get high-quality search results. Every search you make with will help the children of Angel House Orphanage, the students of Three Angels Christian Academy and the patients of Three Angels’ Halos Medical center. So many people from Haiti will benefit! The more people use GoodSearch, the more money will be directed towards Three Angels Children’s Relief.
The sky is the limit, so please spread the word!
Here's the web site — Please consider searching the Internet through this site while choosing the proceeds to go to Three Angels Children’s Relief. It could make such a huge difference in the lives of so many people in Haiti.
Mesi anpil!
Three Angels Children's Relief (Palm Coast, FL)
GoodSearch ID: 874920