On this final day of February, let us write about: delays.
Kat's flight was delayed by almost three hours - thankfully I knew about the first hour and a half before I left home. Luckily I brought a book with me that helped cover the other hour and a half.
You can find all the honeymoon pictures I posted on Facebook here.
Oh, actually, that's just the first 200. Because apparently there's a limit to how many pictures you can have in a Facebook album. So here's the rest.
Don't worry, there's only 14 more in there.
Standing at the top of the cliff, looking straight down at the still pool a hundred feet below, Jimmy was feeling very annoyed. He looked over at his older brother and scowled.
"Why can't we just do it now?" he asked, the words sounding polite and patient in his ears.
"Because I said so," his brother replied. "And stop whining."
"You still are."
Jimmy folded his arms across his chest and clamped his mouth shut. Looking away, he contemplated doing it right then, without his brother's permission. Like a real rebel.
"All right, get ready," his brother said. Jimmy's scowl disappeared in a heartbeat as he made his final preparations. "On three, okay?"
"One... two... three!"
In unison they threw their rocks straight down. They seemed to twist and turn forever before they finally landed with a thunderous splash, just as their sister and her friends arrived at the edge of the pool.
Their shrieks of terror let Jimmy know that the delay had been worth it.