Breakfast: we played with what Trevor calls a “shucker.” I don’t know what it’s called but I’ve started calling this tool a shucker too. Anyways, we had fresh pineapple and Cuties for breakfast.
On our way to the North Shore, we stopped to take photos in front of China Man’s Hat. I really love these photos.
Two weeks before my family came out to Hawaii, Trevor and I talked Alex and Michael into skydiving with us. We planned for Easter Sunday at 9:30 am (hoping that if we were to test God’s grace, He would have gotten us on Friday). Dad and Mom were nervous!
Alex and Michael signing their lives away!
We jumped through those clouds!
Alex and Michael paid for a photographer. They received some pretty awesome photos.
Alex was first to jump!
Michael was next!
My skydiving instructor looked like Will Ferrell (he was Trevor’s photographer when we jumped the first time on Valentine’s Day, 2010).
After skydiving, we decided to check out the shops and galleries in Haleiwa. We ate lunch at Grass Skirt Grill. My Ono salad was DELICIOUS! I did not put my fork down for a second.
We ended our afternoon on the North Shore with shaved ice from Matsumoto. Trevor and I ordered it original. Rainbow :) I think the family enjoyed it.
For Easter dinner, we ate at Gyu Kaku in the Windward Mall. It was Happy Hour all night with some meats at $1 a plate. We indulged in edamame, shrimp fried rice, garlic noodles, Kalbi steak, pesto chicken… And for dessert, $1 s’mores!
Michael being silly :)