It’s vacation time again. I was scrolling through last year’s Bahamas pictures a moment ago while pretending to be attentive during a client conference call. I had to feign some level of engagement. After all it’s billable and I’m all about billables today. I’m sure you are weary of LFG by now but like I’ve said, when you only have one child, everything is a darn Kodak Moment.
This Kodak Moment cost me $370.00 for 45 minutes. Whew. I gotta get me a Dolphin 'cause this Hug the Dolphin thing is a racket.
One of our vacation weeks last summer was spent in the Bahamas and LFG could not wait to swim with the dolphins. She read all about the experience on the host resort’s website and was nothing short of giddy. It was without question; THE most important thing about the Bahamas trip.
I figured that parents would be allowed to stand on the shore, cameras in hand, taking pictures while the kids did the dolphin deal. Nothin’ doin’. Thus the steep tarrif. Kids under twelve required a guardian with them in the . Makes sense from a safety and liability perspective and certainly makes sense from a revenue cycle angle. I’m a free market guy. How could I argue the logic?Besides, my baby was happy and that’s all that matters.That night at dinner night however, she disappointed me deeply.The gal just can’t handle her Shirley Temples.
Out ColdBut the gal can rally....She showed no signs of her nocturnal overindulgence at Snorkel Camp the next day.
A good time indeed, was had by all