Friday, January 5, 2018

President's Club in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Apr 7 - 11

Day one was spent flying in, and just checking the place out a bit.  We had the welcome dinner, and it's the only picture I took.

Day two was a fabulous day at the pool, followed by shopping and walking around downtown Puerto Vallarta.  Then back to the hotel for dinner.

Day 3 was the best day!  We went on an amazing excursion where we rode a boat, then got to ride mules to our zip lining spot, which did make me a little nervous.  Especially when we'd get close to another mule, and mine would get really close and run to try to beat the other one, and the other one would be trying to beat mine.  It was pretty funny.  Then we zip lined, rappelled down a rock wall right next to a waterfall, and landed in the water below.  And we rode water slides in the middle of the jungle!  It was so much fun.  Then we had dinner, and a fun night with friends.  It was the best!

Day 4 we spent most of the day at the pool, but we went down to the beach for a bit, and played a little ping pong too.  Then we had the awards dinner.  I'm so proud of Brock for all of his hard work this past year, and always.  I'm so lucky that he works so hard for me and our family, and that he works for a company that recognizes that work ethic, and celebrates him in this fun way.  We had dinner on the beach, and then dancing.  I love that we've become such great friends with so many people through his 12 years with this company.  

 Day 5 - Our last day.  Today was another relaxing day spent at the pool.  Then we went into town for dinner on the beach at sunset.  Most everyone else left this morning, so we had a great day to ourselves. 

Talon's Scare - Apr 4

Talon fell off the barstool and hit his head so hard that he passed out today.  When I ran over to pick him up, his eyes crossed, and his face kind of contorted weirdly, and he went limp.  I've never been so scared in all my life!  He came to after about 10-15 seconds, and was crying.  I called his Doctor, and then Uncle Dane, and a couple other nurse friends.  They all pretty much said the same thing.  If he lost consciousness at all, then take him in.  We went to the ER, and the checked him out.  They said they could do a CT scan, but that it would probably be worse for him than not because of the radiation.  After being there for a while, and seeing that he was pretty much back to his normal self - he finally agreed to eat a poc-thible - they said we could go, but to watch him closely for the next day or two. Then you can see he didn't learn very well, as he was right back up on the counter eating an avocado - with a sharp knife right next to him.

Day 4 - Apr 3

Our last day.  We spent our last morning soaking in every bit of warmth and sunshine that we could before packing up and heading home.  We love our time with the St George Sanders. 

Day 3 - Apr 2

Brock and I started the day with a 5.5 mile run.  I always feel bad making him run with me, because I'm so slow, but it was fun!

 The girls all wanted twinner hair, so Aunt Treo did them all up the same.
 Then we went to Glitter Mountain.  It was so fun chiseling crystals from the mountain, and so cool to see the ground and hills sparkling in the sun.

 Then it was dinner, and back to their house for another fun karaoke dance party!