Sunday, February 17, 2008

Honeymoon Pictures

Orlando area

Nassau, Bahamas

Coco Cay, Bahamas

Safety First

No flash photography please

Kicking Jeff Gordon's tail


After being married for a month, Candice got pissed at Jared and said that the first honeymoon wasn't good enough. So here we are in Orlando, Fl. hanging out by the castle. We came to the conclusion that there are about 6 different Mickey Mouses. They were everywhere. It's bad enough to have our government lie to us, now we have Disney lying to children and adults from all over the world. We started the trip off with an airplane flight. Driving to Florida was just to much, and we sure as heck weren't going to walk. We left on a Sunday and by Monday we were on a cruise to the Bahamas. The first stop was Coco Cay, Bahamas. It was a little cay owned by Royal Carribean Cruise Line. While we were taking a walk through the ocean we came across a few sharks. It was neat to be so close and watch them swim by our skinny legs. The next island/city we went to was Nassau, Bahamas. We spent the day in the streets shopping and spending money we didn't have. It was a lot of fun though. Once we got back to Florida, we hit up MGM Studios for the day. The shows were entertaining and the rides were pretty deace. After spending all day there we decided to use the next day to find Mickey and Minnie. Saturday morning we woke up and headed to Disney World. It was a great honeymoon.


After three arguments and two fist fights, we decided that we were going to make a blog. This is our first time exploring so deep into the internet world. We are rookies so excuse us if at times it seems boring. For all we know, we may get tired of keeping it up to date and never write another thing. We hope to keep this consistent so that those of our family who don't answer the cell phones when we call can still be kept up to date on the Halbert's life. We are now living in Southcentral Mesa in new condos built by DR Horton. Although we are very blessed with such a nice home, we have been unsatisfied with the quality of workmanship that has gone into it. The neighbors that we do know are great. The problem is getting to know them. Most of the people in here will pull into their garage and shut the door behind them, without a hint of "was up." We went to a BBQ yesterday with Shawn and Tamara in the condos. The host was a friend of T's and he works at the credit union. Very nice people who are freshly married of 10 months. One thing that we have here in the Tesoro (community in which we live) is a billion and a half dogs. I think everyone that moved here came from a place in which animals were not allowed. Everyone, but us, has a dog. You pull in and see a couple people checking their mail, each with a leash in hand and a dog at the other end of it. They are all puppies, as of now, and will only get bigger and louder as time goes on. This also will mean that their poops in the greenbelt will get bigger and smellier. Anyhow, I'm going to sign off for now and see how this will turn out on the blog.