As we had a break in the rain and suspiciously spring-ish weather (humidity, woo...), we took the little fam to Point Isabel this morning to stretch our legs.
As soon as we got there, we were immediately taken by this unusual sight- a gynormous (seriously, look at the photo below!) soap bubble floating lazily across the street over our heads!
I felt giddy like a little kid as I watch this guy carefully dip this loop into a bucket of soapy water, skillfully raise and open it to the wind, and out spit this rainbow-hued giant bubble that morphs its shape constantly to the oncoming breeze.
To Bryson's dismay, we stood there quite a while to ooh (when a bubble successfully form) and aah (when a bubble pops) and snapped like a thousand photos on my iPhone before we could begin our walk.
I giggled so much I felt 10 lbs lighter as we walked away. Who knew watching someone blow soap bubble could be so therapeutic?
(Some photos are obviously not from the walk, consider them your bonus material :D):
1. Giant bubble... woo hoo!, 2. Muddy day @ Point Isabel, 3. Can we stop taking pictures and start walking?, 4. Cozy ride :), 5. Whoa!, 6. Circus people, 7. The destroyer of toys (and the spectator), 8. My turn to pinch your cheeks!, 9. Look, Eva! Giant bubble!
Even though Eva couldn't really appreciate it yet and Bryson was a muddy mess when we were done, it was a great day all around. :)