Last week we enjoyed tacos at the Blount's house. While the parents hung out upstairs, the kids had a really fun time playing in the huge basement playroom.
Today we were blessed to have the Hightower and Melendez families over to our home for Thanksgiving. Oh my, what a GREAT day! However, we did miss our family and hope that they had a great day, too. Here are some highlights of today's action, which included a feast, several hikes in the woods and … Continue reading A Great Thanksgiving!
Start at the heart of d'town Atlanta and find GA 400/19 (which begins just north in Buckhead). Then go straight up about 50 miles (all 4 lane except the last 5, which includes a beautiful drive along the Chestatee River), and you're there!
Since it has been so cold at night, we have been enjoying the fireplace a lot. We even break out the marshmallows on occasion.
I took these pictures of Schaeffer in the back yard to capture a glimpse of the fall foliage.
Ann Ferris is now a full, fledged, in-demand, world-class babysitter. She is caring, enthusiastic and creative. Last Friday, a mother dropped her son off at our house for a few hours to let Ann Ferris babysit on her turf for a change. I captured a picture of her in action. (Sarah Wynn is painting with … Continue reading Ann Ferris- World Class Babysitter
Kristy's mother, "Nini," came to keep the grandkids while Kristy and I attended the church planting Assessment Center last week. Thankfully, we were able to convince her to stay a few extra days. On one excursion, we went up to Dahlonega to enjoy the scenic mountains and to drop by Connie's Ice Cream Parlor on … Continue reading Nini for a Week!