At least, I think it's morning....
We've been back home for almost a week now and my body still isn't sure what time or day it is.
But you know what?
I'd go back in a New York minute to experience the pure relaxed joy of "Fiji Time".
Nothing in Fiji is hurried. Nothing is urgent. Life there is simple and uncomplicated.
Boy, do I miss it.
Here's another scrapbook page I created with MDS2 (My Digital Studio 2) from one of the pre-designed layouts.
I didn't even change very much on this one, just added the title and changed a few colors and fonts - that's pretty much it - but it was already kinda perfect for a "Fiji Time" layout.
Of course, my favorite thing on the page is the pic of my awesome hubby. He's one in a million and I was so happy to be able to share Fiji with him. It was truly the trip of a lifetime in so many ways......
The photo was taken just before we took off on our Jet Ski Safari to Beachcomber Island. Mark had never driven a Jet Ski before, but he handled it like a pro and we had the time of our lives!
There were a few scary moments bouncing around on the waves of the South Pacific, but that's what adventure is all about, right? A few thrills to keep it interesting. I don't think I remember the last time I felt such pure abandon of emotion - real, adventurous joy - as we sped across those waves.
It was Awesome!!
We took our adventure that day with our dear friends Tiffany and Jon Bauer and some new ones, Connie and Rich Stewart. That's one of the great things about taking the Stampin' Up! trips - spending time with friends and enjoying adventures that some only dream about. I feel so abundantly blessed.
Here's a few more photos of that fun day:
I still can't get over how absolutely stunning that clean, blue water is. It's a rainbow of blue and simply perfect. Just looking at these photos again takes me back to that island and I can feel the soft breeze and warm water.
Fiji may be half a world away, but it will always be right here in my memory, reminding me to take life on "Fiji Time".
Have a beautiful day everyone!