So, I am back from Ocean City, MD which was awesome! It was our first family vacation in about 7 years or so. I mean first vacation that we didn’t see grandparents, friends, or anything like that. It was just us, and it was amazing. We stayed in a great AirBnB condo right off the bay, the beaches were amazing, and Hurricane Henri missed us. We only got a heavy thunderstorm on one day for like 30 minutes. We lucked out on great weather and we took advantage of that to create some great memories!
But some memories can be forgotten. So, my question to you all. How do you sign language to your daughter that is swimming in the ocean that there are a ton of dolphins out just on the other side of the waves? Let me tell you, putting your hands together and putting it on top of your head is not the right symbol. Yeah, she looked at me, and started panicking. Then, not only her, but everyone around me also saw what I was doing, and everyone yelled, “SHARK!” And then a chain event happened. Soon, people cleared the way, and I tried to yell, “No SHARK! I meant DOLPHINS!” Then everyone saw that there was a giant pod of dolphins swimming by. Cool thing to see!
But seriously, how to you get someone’s attention through sign language to show them there are “dolphins.” Anyone have any idea? Anyways, I have a ton of stories form Ocean City that I will share one more next week on the blog.
It’s good to be back home, it’s good to feel rested, and rejuvenated. Now It’s time to take that energy and bringing it to work! God bless you all!
Hey this is Rev. Brian Choi's random thought throughout my week. Most of this stuff, will probably be about family, church, fishing, music, movies, food, whatever I think of, hopefully it will have some sort of theological reflection (maybe).