Dina, the boys, and I spent the better part of the past week on vacation in Galveston, Texas. This was our first real family vacation, where we were weren’t also attending a wedding or visiting family, or somesuch. Not that those aren’t wonderful trips, but it was nice—and neat—to be on the road, just the four of us. And it was wonderful to introduce our four-year-old and nine-month-old sons to the beach. By my grandmother’s good graces, we were able to stay in a timeshare condominium on Seawall Boulevard, Galveston’s main strip. So I’ve been slow to post, but plan to post some anecdotes about the trip and about Galveston itself over the next few days.
The only picture of all four of us was one on the beach, and I'm a little hesitant to post a swimsuit photo of myself just out of the gate, so I'll hold off on that and treat you to an image of my lovely wife Dina and our sons (that's Alex on the left and Zack in Dina's arms) at the Rainforest Café. More later, and I'll try to post the character of the week today, too.