I took a few photographs of my favorite little cousins over Memorial Day weekend (yes, I know that was ages ago…but I’m slowly getting caught up!) As I sit here processing them, I can’t get over how grown up they are! Those cute little baby faces are turning into the faces of young girls! YIKES! I have lots to show, but for now here are two of my favorites.
I also took another photograph of one of my cuties…Saucey had an unexpected visitor when she showed up at her great grammy’s house. My uncle’s bird was down for a visit. We put Comet out on the deck so that he was safely seperated from The Sauce. Sasha stalked that bird for an hour straight.
Comet did have the last laugh since he was safely inside his cage and out on the deck. I think he enjoyed tormenting Sasha. 🙂
This is the last photo I took of the High School. The detail in the design of the school is so authentic…I wanted to capture a piece of it while we still can. And not to mention the brilliantly blue sky!
More to come!
In other news, I spent the weekend with Drew in North Carolina!! He had to work on Thursday and Friday and for once…I got to do nothing!! We had such a great time! I stayed with U Tom and A Lori in their beautiful home in Fort Mill, SC. I’m in love with Baxter Village! It’s the cutest neighborhood with an amazing pool! (I lounged around it for two days straight…rockin’ a very nice tan line now.) I also got to spend some time with my cousin Trooper.
Isn’t he the cutest doggie?!?
After my stay in Fort Mill, we went north of Charlotte to spend a couple nights with Drew’s sister. We had a great time! We ate at this little seafood restaurant called Vinnie’s Raw Bar on Lake Norman…amazing food!! I’m in-love with oysters and was happy to find out that Amy’s husband likes oysters too. I love heading south for fresh seafood. There are plenty of great restaurants in Columbus that boast fresh seafood….buuuuut there’s nothing like having seafood when the ocean is close by (at least closer than Ohio is!) So thanks to everyone for their hospitality and company. We both had a great time. On the way home our good luck just kept going when we were both bumped up to First Class. I think we were both so tired that the extra space and endless peanut supply was a blessing. I tried to take a couple pictures of my cutie pie, but he wasn’t in the mood.
All in all it was a fantastic weekend and I’m looking forward to even more family time this coming weekend in Wheeling!