Well, we pretty much finished up the preliminary work we were doing in Valdosta and southern Georgia, so I was able to come home to Orlando Saturday morning. I left Valdosta at 4:30am and arrived in Orlando in time to surprise Cindy and her parents as they were meeting for breakfast at Cracker Barrel. I loved the look of shock and then pleasure on their faces, lol.
I got to see the same look on my daughter’s face when she walked into the family dinner at Cindy’s parents’ house this afternoon, since I had been careful not to post anything on this blog (she doesn’t follow me on Twitter or Facebook) that would clue her in that I was home. It looks like I’ll be going back to Georgia later this week.
We had a wonderful dinner prepared by Jeremy and Wendy (2 days of cooking and preparing!) and great visits with most of the rest of the family (Jason, Mikey and Steve weren’t able to come) but of course the best part of the day for me was watching my 3 year-old granddaughter Heather hunt for Easter eggs and playing in the garden.
Here’s one of my favorite shots, where she’s reaching for an egg hidden at the top of the arbor. I hope to have all the Easter photos uploaded to Flickr tomorrow.
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