This afternoon was spent hanging out, playing, reading, spending some more time outside and just enjoying our Sunday. We've been going, going, going as usual and it was nice to just chill today. For dinner tonight I made Hawaiian Enchiladas which a fun way to wrap up our island adventure this week. I think we'll all be sad to 'leave' Hawaii, but this afternoon as I made up tomorrow's dessert (rumor has it that making it at least a day in advance makes it that much tastier, so check back tomorrow and see if that's true!) I started getting excited about talking about Kentucky this week as well. Especially with the Derby being this week (though absolutely no doing of my own!). The kids have already started talking about picking horses for the race! Thing 1 and Thing 2 aced their Hawaii pop quiz so as a treat tonight after dinner we let them watch Leroy and Stitch which is the follow up to Lilo and Stitch. It was the perfect way to wrap up our evening.
Like I said, check back in tomorrow as we officially launch Kentucky Week! Looking forward to thoroughbreds, bluegrass and mountains! So until then...
Hawaii Fun Fact of the Day: There are no racial or ethnic majorities in Hawaii. Everyone is a minority. Caucasians (Haoles) constitute about 34%; Japanese-American about 32%; Filipino-American about 16% and Chinese-American about 5%. It is very difficult to determine racial identification as most of the population has some mixture of ethnicities.
Looking across the river into Canada
Lighthouse in the park
US Naval Vessel - Pride of Michigan!
Playing at the playscape