1. First off I had to take them to Chilmark for Pizza and to visit Chilmark Chocolates because it was the last day they are open until September 10. It gets way too busy in August for them to stay open and there are only 8 parking spots, so it gets very tight. They were all impressed and each got their own box of chocolates, which is nice so we don't have to share our favorites.
3. Sunday it was super stormy. We went to church, played cards, took naps and went on a walk. The waves on our little beach were much larger than they typically are.
5. We had an awesome opportunity yesterday with the organization Sailing Heals. When I was having chemo last week they told me about this organization that takes cancer patients and their care giver's sailing. Remember sailing was on my bucket list for the summer? The event was small; only 20 people. They provided lunch for us at Edgertown Yacht Club and then our family along with another cancer survivor and co-founder boarded the most gorgeous sailboat with three incredibly handsome host captains. It couldn't have been a more beautiful day for sailing. The 3 or so hours we spent sailing was the most relaxing I think I've ever had or at least in the last few months. Sailing Heals hope is that as cancer patients and care giver's we can leave the worries and stresses of cancer behind for a few hours. We had a great time getting to know the 5 other people on our sailboat. I have this absolute love for sailboats. I am surrounded by them every where I look on the island and I can't get enough of them.
7. Here are some more pictures from what we saw from the sailboat.