I normally do these "reflective" kind of posts on Fridays, but I was just too swept up in Paradise last week to sit down and really use my brain for anything productive.  But now that I've been sucker-punched by reality once again, I decided to look back on the finer things I discovered on our family vacation....

** Every day should end in a hammock.

** Photobombers are all kinds of AWESOME.  (See above picture for proof....)

** Drinks taste better when they come with a tiny umbrella.

** I love not cooking.

** Only having to worry about getting a good seat by the pool is pretty darn refreshing.

** "Island time" is definitely my kind of time.

** There's an unfortunate weenie bikini in every sandy crowd.

** My son could win a bacon eating contest without even trying.

** Taking a dump at 9,740 feet above sea level is pretty darn cool when you're eight years old.

** It's important to fill up your gas tank before driving to the top of a volcano.

** Flip flops make your feet smile.

** I REALLY love not cooking.

** Fear is a foreign concept to my adventurous little snorkeling daughter.

** You just can't beat a Hawaiian sunset.

** It sucks to have to sit next to the lady eating CornNuts on a nine hour flight.

** Re-entry into the real world is one ginormous buzzkill.

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