The last two weeks have been full, fun, and a little exhausting!
I was able to spend a couple of days in Savannah with my husband on a work-related trip. The weather was beautiful, and we had a great time exploring the historic district (i.e. lots of walking, a bit of shopping, and some good eating!!)
I was home for a day, then headed to Columbia, SC for two days with my daughters at their school’s state-wide fine arts competition.
This past week was their spring break, and we spent the first half of the week in Virginia visiting my family.
As I’ve mentioned a time or two (ha!) it’s my older daughter’s Senior year. I can’t believe that she’ll be entering the final quarter of her high school career this week. I know these next two months are going to fly by!!
On to several good posts I’ve found lately…
Jordan tells us How to Effectively Share Your Faith with Your Friends.
Ruth shares Six Words My Husband Needs to Hear.
Find 6 Solutions to Screen Problems at iMom.
I enjoyed Rachel Joy’s Modern Farmhouse Spring Living Room Tour.
Chelsea shares a Simple Spring Tablescape.
And Potato Chip Toffee??? Yes, please!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!
Sooo excited for your trip to musical Nationals coming up!!!
Potato Chip Toffee?!?! Salty/sweet is my ULTIMATE FAVORITE!!!!!!!
Me, too, and that toffee sounded so good!! My older daughter likes to make a similar recipe with saltine crackers, but I think the potato chips will add even more of a salty taste. Maybe I could talk her into making these for me 😉
Great minds! I bake almost never now – it’s allllllllllll Annelise! 👍😜
Lisa Simpson says
Enjoyed seeing your family photos. Congratulations on the musical competition wins! I enjoyed the YouTube song! Thanks for sharing. Trust all your VA family is doing well.
Thank you! My VA family is doing pretty well. Hope y’all are the same – good to hear from you!!
I’ve always wanted to explore Savannah but just haven’t done it. I’m jealous. 🙂
I try to remember to ask my husband how I can pray for him, but I forget so often. Thanks for the reminder!
We’d been to Savannah once before – over 20 years ago – so I didn’t remember a whole lot about the city. We stayed downtown and were able to walk to pretty much everything we wanted to see. The weather was beautiful, too. And it had been a while since just the two of us were out-of-two without the girls, so we enjoyed it!