I'm hoping you didn't think my Florida recap posts were over because believe me, we are just getting started party people. Sorry not sorry. It's just that I keep finding really important pictures that need to be posted on here because I try to fill this space with only the most beautiful appropriate things.
And no, I wasn't posing as a witch.
After looking at all of our photos it really drives home one fact -- I should really put makeup on and do my hair. I'm like a dirty slick willy in all of these Florida pictures but such is life I guess. Enough about me though, lets talk about how shuffleboard saved Lamar Odom's life. Now I know what you are thinking - "oh no, another tabloid exploiting Lamar's drug and prostitute addiction which somehow rescued his marriage!" but no, I'm just here to say it was in game two of Shuffleboard that I dedicated the round to Lamar and "by coincidence" he made a miraculous recovery within hours. These 90 year old people were onto something when they discovered this life saving game. I'm still waiting on my thank you letter from him, but I'll let you know when it comes in. I'm expecting 5-7 days from the publishing of this post, mail time ya know? Those swans are slow these days.
Back to shuffleboard though. We played it. The end.
To rejuvenate our youth we made our way to the tiki bar and purchased these cute little monkey coconut heads because everybody needs a monkey coconut head in their life.
Those heads somehow grew bodies suddenly, awkward and scary I know.
It is now at the point in the post where I post beach pictures that are supposed to appear that they were taken the same day but guess what - I'm a liar. These are definitely from a different day, it's just that I don't know what day it was so I am plugging them in here because YOLO [and because what is a Florida post without some beach shots].
To end the day we headed up to Jupiter Inlet to eat at U-Tiki Beach which was hands down the best meal and experience of our trip. If you are in the Palm Beach area, you definitely need to check this place out. The filet medallions and u-tiki potatoes are seriously like eating gold. Not that I've actually eaten chunks of gold but I can imagine it's a glorious experience. Maybe a little crunchy actually now that I think about it so scratch that...just take my word about the filet and potatoes. The restaurant sits on a marina and overlooks a pretty little lighthouse which makes the ambiance on point, especially for photos which is why I took five hundred.
And that concludes day 3 of our adventures in paradise. Only 1-2 more posts to go and it's a wrap which means one thing - time to plan another vaca ;)