Saturday, September 29, 2007
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Monday, September 24, 2007
Saturday, September 22, 2007
I love Daddy's smile in this picture. :) Too bad the pic is slightly blurry.....
John MacArthur's new book, entitled "The Truth War: Fighting for Certainty in an Age of Deception."
Andrew seemed to enjoy them as well!
It is so neat to be able to just sit outside the Candy Company and be so close to the river that you see huge ships going by! :)
I didn't like this one very well, but Mom really did, so that's how it found its way onto the blog. Daddy and Andrew were being really funny, which accounts for the big smile. :)
Mama's in between smiling and talking. hee hee I was lucky enough to capture this moment. :)
Andrew being silly.
My funny father. He was talking to Mama, and she snapped a photo of him.
"What is that I see in the distance?" :)
After lunch(I had the best boiled shrimp ever!!), we went to explore the grounds of the Crab Shack. We found alligators and bunnies oh my! (there wasn't a third thing we saw, so that didn't exactly work like it did on the Wizard of Oz. :))
I couldn't resist taking this pic! He is so tuckered out that his front legs are pointed towards his back legs, and his back legs are pointed towards his front legs.
Some adorable, furry bunnies.
Andrew and I posing with the cardboard Crab Shack band.
Andrew and I in the van on the way back from the Crab Shack. We were full and happy after our fun lunch at The Crab Shack.:)
This was my very favorite thing that we saw during the tour!! This is Christ Church (Episcopalian), where John Wesley preached from 1733-1736, and where George Whitefield took over for 2 years after Mr. Wesley was there. It was so neat to see this beautiful, historic church!
Savannah has 26 squares, which are just square-shaped parks. Some have fountains in the middle of them, others have statutes , but all are surrounded by beautiful trees covered in spanish moss. They were just breaktaking!
Another beautiful square in the beautiful, historic Savannah, GA.
Friday, September 21, 2007
It took us about 6 hours do drive to Savannah. We left around 7:15 and got there at about 1:15 or so. We were supposed to have a dolphin boat tour at 4, and couldn't check into our hotel until 3, so we decided to go play some miniature golf to pass the time. :)
Daddy preparing for a hole in one!
Concentrating for the next shot!
Sorry-I got this one on here twice somehow.
Here I am with a look of concentration on my face!
" Where'd my ball go???" Poor Andrew didn't know that this was the 18th hole, and that the ball goes down a tunnel. I thought this was the cutest picture! :)
Me on some really cool rocks. When high tide comes in, there are tons of sea creatures left behind. The seagulls find quite a feast! There were hundreds of shell on and around these rocks! These are my friend Kelsey Hughey's favorite part about Tybee Island.
Me and my sweet brother.
We didn't coordinate our outfits on purpose; they just ended up matching! Isn't that neat? :)
I bet you can't guess who did this. ;)
This beautiful skirt and matching headband was made for me by my dear mother. I have so often taken for granted the beautiful clothes she lovingly makes for me. Each article of clothing will be treasured forever. She is now teaching me how to sew(I've started learning kinda late) and this time spent together is so dear to me and creates memories I will have with me my whole life!
http://www.modest-swimwear.net/ offers beautiful modest swimsuits for $80. This is kinda pricey, and since they offer patterns as well, my dear, thrifty mother decided to undergo the task of attempting to make a swimsuit for me and one for herself as well. She did a wonderful job, and thanks to her, I was able to go to the beach this past weekend, and was able to honor God while I was there.
What a blessing my dear mother is!
Thursday, September 20, 2007