Monday, July 6, 2009

July 6, 2009

Our last stop on the way back to NC after having a wonderful July 4th weekend was in WV with our daughter. We went to church with her last night and it was fun to see everyone again and have the service in their new building. Tim and I slept in Brad and Liz's RV, which is very comfortable. It was a nice, cool night and made for great sleeping! We didn't need the heat and we didn't need the air conditioner! I slept like a baby! Didn't get up until about 8 a.m.

After everyone had eaten breakfast and got dressed, we went to the Buffalo Elementary School so that Hannah and Ryan could play on the swings and slides before Tim and I headed back to NC. While there, Liz and I tried to out-do one another on the swings. I think I won, BTW :) but I'm sure Liz would not agree! I remembered how much I loved swinging as a girl. The higher I could get, the better I liked it! So, I guess Hannah gets that love from me! She also likes to go high enough that the seat jerks underneath her! Ahhhh! The feel of flying with just the swing keeping the gravity from crashing you to the ground!

Credits: Beth Rimmer, Gazebo
Fonts: Times New Roman and SBC Script


Elisabeth said...

where am I in the picture?! Swinging was always my favorite thing too.

Vicky said...

I really think you are behind me. I can see your shadow.

Karabeth said...

Hey! Sorry you couldn't make it over to see me this weekend. And I'm sorry we couldn't stop to see you either. I thought about you as I breezed hurriedly through W-S on Monday and Wednesday. Maybe some day.

P.S. I like to swing, too.

Anonymous said...

You were there and we were down here at the beach!!!! Wish we coulda seen ya! Isn't the new building nice??

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