February 21, 2008

PLAYING CATCH-UP

I missed four very important days of work while frolicking in the Kaua'ian sun. Because of it I'm playing a mean game of catch up. But, just so you don't think I've dropped off the face of the earth, just look at this sunrise Nate and I partook of Tuesday morning. We woke up early and walked to a viewing rock that is supposed to be one of the best places to see the sunrise on Kaua'i. See the fisherman? If I close my eyes and think really hard...I can still remember how the ocean air feels on my skin. It feels like heaven.

































































*remind me to tell you how, earlier in the week on the same rock, the clasp of my bandeau swim suit top snapped in two and I flashed everyone in a one mile radius. Nate just said, "classic Tonia."

9 comments:

Jamie said...

I am so jealous! I am happy that you were able to get a break from the snow.

CaraDee said...

Looking at those pictures brings back heaven. And then having it abruptly torn away with the new image of your boobs in the wind. Thanks.

tim & brandi said...

Oh Tonia, you are one funny funny girl. I can't wait to see more pictures... you've inspired us to take a trip to Maui in June.

~b

Dayna said...

so beautiful. and i'm sure the flashing only adds to the memories. how awesome that you got to go!

Grandma B said...

What wonderful memories...missed your postings. How is your tan? and Nate's? More and more pictures are most welcome.

amber said...

so romantic! we leave in 2 weeks for beautiful Kauai, and it's also the island we honeymooned on...glad you got to go!

Tonia Conger said...

CaraDee, You always make me laugh so hard. How did you know it was windy that day?

The Walsh's said...
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The Walsh's said...

You could put up the picture of you, sans bikini top, with those white circles over the girls, like Perez does and then encourage everyone to see the uncensored pics, "after the jump."


*Had to delete the previous comment because of a spelling error. I'm OCD like that.