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Mexican Randomness...

Sometimes, I look at these photos and just laugh. It's crazy that it's only been two weeks since the wedding...I feel like it's forever ago!

Our random photos:

Somewhere over Mexico...

My "row-mate" mom wisely placed me between the Mr. and T...knowing that if anyone can talk me down from "OHMYGOSH THE PLANE IS GOING TO CRASH AND WE'RE ALL GOING TO DIE!!", it is those two...

After every "show" the employees would get up on stage and dance to this "si, si, si/no, no, no/oo oo" dance. The guy in the front on the left? That's Diego...I'm still not sure if he's Dora's cousin or not, but anyway, my mom loved him. That girl in the middle with the turquoise show dress on? That's me. Okay, it's not, I was just her body double. ;) Seriously, those girls were IN SHAPE! Made me want to eat a burger and fries for them...

And then, my brother became a picture crasher! What I want to know is, why does he look so fabulous and I look so...psycho...when HE was the one who jumped into the photo milliseconds before the flash went off?!

The view of the hotel pool from the top floor...

Dancing...dancing...always dancing.

The following two pics are too funny to not post! I couldn't post them to Facebook (sigh...something about "professionals" and stuff...), but since no one knows them here...WOO HOO!!

The Mr and my baby bro...cuttin' a rug.

Here's what happens when you leave your camera on the floor of the disco...random people show up in your idea who these two are, but apparently the one on the left loves the picture taker!

And, for now, we'll end with this one...another whale watching pic. Love.


  1. Well, that was a fun little bit of Mexican randomness! I shouldn't probably say it but you do look a bit psycho in that one photo... must've been something wrong with the camera as you usually look quite chic and lovely.

  2. So jealous of your tropical vacation in the middle of winter. But, seriously it looks like you had a blast!


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