What a beautiful Monday morning! We have been busy this weekend visiting family in Savannah and then we brought my BIL and his family here for a few days then they will be with my other SIL. We had a great Sunday eating southern Barbecue for lunch and Chinese food for dinner. Yummy food and great conversation. My BIL Keith married the sweetest Vietnamese woman, Thanh, and they have an adorable daughter, Ruby, that turned two Saturday. We had birthday cake and balloons and my sister in law in Savannah had a cookout with hamburgers and hot dogs. It was lots of fun and great seeing relatives we haven't seen in several years.
I am so blessed to have family. There have been times in my life that I didn't have a lot of family and now I am blessed with a husband that has 5 siblings. Avery and I headed out Saturday morning towards Savannah and had a great trip. I don't know about any other seniors out there, but lately I have been having a little trouble with my sense of direction. I used to be great about finding my way around. But here I am admitting on the www that I kind of got lost when I got into Savannah. We found ourselves on River street on the cobblestones. We were bumping along and Avery said, "Nana, this is like riding a horse." I had to admit that it was challenging, but I drove up stone road and headed east towards the beach. I don't know what happened there, but I just choose to look at it as a memory. :0). Maybe I need a navigation system?!?!?!