Wednesday, April 28, 2010


Playing with wood chips at the church playground

This is my "I am about to get in trouble" face.

Playing in the dishwasher...what a trouble maker!

Stacking rings at Honey and G-Daddy's house .

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Georgia Renaissance Festival

Today we went to the Georgia Renaissance Festival with Ginny and Allen. We met Mother Goose and got to pet the "duck" as Myers called it. Myers also got to meet King Henry VIII. King Henry was very impressed to meet George Myers the V, but very jealous that Myers was flirting with the queen (and you know what happens when Henry VIII gets jealous!). We also got to meet the King's hunting dogs.
After meeting the King, we ate at the Peacock Tea House and watched "Tartanic" which is a group that plays bagpipe music. Myers really liked it. He danced and clapped along and shouted, "Hey" when the song called for it.
Even after all these years of visiting the Renaissance Festival I still can't talk George into dressing up!

Sunday, April 4, 2010

He is Risen!

Why is it that I usually get more out of the children's sermon than anything else? Is it because I spend all day with 4 and 5 year olds so my mind works on that level most of the time? Whatever the reason is, it is the truth. During the children's sermon at church today, our preacher was telling us how in the early church there was an Easter tradition to say to one another "He is risen." and the other person would reply "He is risen indeed." They would start out speaking quielty at the beginning of the day, but by the end of the day would basically be shouting it from the roof tops, "HE IS RISEN INDEED!" So I say to you, "He is risen!"

Saturday, April 3, 2010


George is preparing the plot for garden this weekend. He is using many of his Grandfather's tools and seeds this year which will give the garden special meaning. Today, after George tilled the plot of land, we all worked to pull out the rocks and clumps of grass. Myers was having fun throwing the dirt in the bucket and digging with his new garden tools that Grandma and Grandpa got him for Easter.