Saturday, August 25, 2012

Vortex & Tapas

As promised, the post from the other night is below. I feel like I need to write as much as I can before the storm knocks our power out in a few days, so I'll have to break it into a few posts. They're now predicting Isaac to make landfall as a category two hurricane. Landfall will be Wednesday, with outer bands hitting Tuesday. The winds are expected to pick up tomorrow and Monday.  I actually already have a few pictures that I need to add from this weekend, however, everything below is all from last weekend.

Yet another eventful weekend full of diving. The water at Vortex was absolutely freezing, and on Saturday there were no fish to be found! The good news is, Miranda and I didn't miss anything because we spent the day on the beach drinking bottomless mimosas until the guys picked us up on the boat. We did get to use our shiny new dive gear on Sunday, and I sure hit the jackpot of husband's for getting me all of this stuff.  He even surprised me with a new yellow Hawaiian sling spear, I am so excited!  Saturday night everyone who went diving gathered at a friend's house to regale each other with shark stories over tapas and the last few episodes of Shark Week. Needless to say, we all had at least two shark encounters.
Sunday night I made Patrick go through his closet as I went through mine so we could make a pile of stuff to donate. The night turned into a modeling session of his tiny speedos, dozens of my six-inch pumps, his suits from the pipeline and an entire crate full of my purses. It was absolutely hilarious and I reached the verdict - have too many shoes and purses!

This video was taken with the GoPro

The most delicious drink ever! A 190 Knockout Jester.
This would've been a million times better if he wasn't mid-bite!
Cute puppy and girly drinks.
Look at their faces! Such cavemen, eating their rack of lamb.
I don't always look like a ninja, but when I do, it's at Vortex.

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