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Vacation with the Sales in Panama City Beach


From left to right: McKenzie (6), Addison (2), Ethan (2), Nicolette (4), Lauren (3)

Aren’t they the cutest?  Unfortunately the blue eye dynasty ends with me, as my more powerful, dominant Asian genes will prevail

So on Friday night, after dinner, Dawniel, Cyrill, Dies and I headed back to the LES and had a drink. By the time we got home, it was 2am, and Diesel decided he wasn’t going to bed lest we’d miss our 4am wake up call. So there he was, playing video game, while I took a short nap. At 4am, we left with our bags and took the subway to JFK for four days with his parents, brother and family and sister and family.

In total there were five kids plus 2 more (friends of the family) under the age of six. We had lots of fun with all the kids and look forward to next year’s trip!  More pics of the kids here.


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