We touched this one. It's actually upside down. A guy on the beach caught it and held it in his hand. Since he didn't fall down writhing in pain we touched it too. It's really slimy!!! These are moon jellyfish and are not supposed to be harmful to humans. I'm still a little nervous about getting in the water, though.
Well I should've added get sucked out to sea in my last post. Right after I sent that, I joined Brad & Camden in the ocean. The surf & undertow is super strong!!! I thi k there are rip current warnings in effect. I would check the warning flag, but the flagpole blew over!
We are surviving. The terrible weather at the beach. Sun is out right now so we are taking advantage. Webhave been blown away & drenched yo the bone. Maybe we can add a sunburn to the mix! Or at least windburn!
I am the mom of two incredible children: Camden Bradley, our beautiful little boy, and Carsyn Sabrina, our precious angel in heaven.
Camden was born on Aug. 12, 2008. He is a healthy little boy and we are so blessed to have him here with us.
Our first child, Carsyn, was born on Dec. 13, 2006, at 34 weeks. She passed away two days later from birth defects due to Trisomy 18. She is our angel in heaven, watching over her little brother.
Thanks to everyone who donated, supported and attended these events! The final total was a whopping $140,517 donated, that will go to Huntsville Hospital's NICU! That's awesome! The money will be used to purchase life-saving equipment like the state of the art Giraffe Omni beds. It also goes toward memory boxes for those unfortunate parents who do not get to take their babies home. Often, this box contains the only mementos they will ever have of their precious children. Thanks again for your support!