Monday, September 3, 2007

Labor Day Weekend

We had a great time in Florida. I promised all the little girls I would post pictures of them. So here we go! The top left is Shelby, she's 10 almost 11. Top Right is Zuzu and Steven trying to keep the birthday candles lit! We celebrated 4 birthdays while we were there. (Chad, Emma, Chloe and Steven) Needless to say we had LOTS of great desserts! Thanks Zuzu for making each one feel special!

This little angel is Peyton. She's two and very spunky!
Next is Barron with his mom, Lindsay. I think Emma and Peyton buried Barron in the sand! He was quite content there.

This is Chad and I on the beach.

Chloe, Emma and I

The four "big girls". Chloe, Baily, Emma and Shelby.

The big girls with Granddaddy.

This last picture is all six grand kids at the World Golf Village in Saint Augustine. Zuzu works for a division of the PGA and her office is there. Granddaddy and Chad were playing in a putting tournament, we were there to pick them up. While we waited we hung out in the shade overlooking this small lake. It was beautiful.

As much fun as the trip was, it's good to be home. Everyone is wiped out! God protected our travel time. And let me tell you, remember how I asked God to give me a few shells...... well this is what my nieces and daughters picked up on Friday. Barron was too busy playing with a dead crab and being buried in the sand!

This was one of the two towels they filled with shells. Let's just say that when they come for a visit in October, we'll be doing lots of "crafts" with sea shells! God was so good to us. More on that later.......


Anonymous said...

I'm so glad you had such a good time! Can't wait to hear more!

Patty said...

What cute pictures. I am so glad you had such a great time!! It's always good to go on vacation and good to get back home!! :o)

Have a blessed week.

Refresh My Soul Blog said...

Looks like you guys had a good time! Glad you are back!
Love ya!
Cute pics BTW

The Small Scribbler said...

It looks like you had a wonderful time. My favorite picture is the one of Barron buried in the sand. And holy mackerel! That is a lot of shells!


Meg said...

Great pictures. I love the beach!!!