Hilton Garden Inn Hilton Head
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... for suspicious baggage" reports over the intercom and he started freaking out. Classic! We are going to have a great time! 10:34 pm...still at the gate, on the plane, patiently waiting while the freezing cold, idiot crew gets there stuff together in the 3 degree New York temperatures. ...
... was cold enough to bring on some adrenaline, but still warm enough for all 5 of us to frolic in. Devika, ever the island baby, was content to spend all day between the water and sand, while Chaaya and Neela ran races and uncovered horseshoe crabs. Shirish paid his respects to the aforementioned mini-malls when he got some urgent CDC work done at the local Staples.
Thanks to VRBO, we had located a lovely (and affordable) 2-bedroom condo just ...
... with St. Matthew's Church.
Cheryl made a reservation for us at "Alligator Soul" for dinner. We were delighted by the prospects of a true southern meal and weren't disappointed in the least. Kathie drooled when she saw the menu offerings of all her favorites; fried green tomatoes, shrimp and cheesy grits and oysters on the half shell. Finish it off with creme brulee and banana beignets and what's not ...
... with an 8 month old boy. Kody was sharing his bucket and just really trying to figure out the little guy. When the baby moved over the splash pad Kody followed suit and help the little boy fill his cups. Noel on the other hand was not all about sharing her toys to start as she had all the shovels and rakes piled on her Dora boogie board floating in the pool. She tentatively watched Kody to figure out what was going on and kept saying ...
... my Canadian family for the required items. I also indulge in a Steel Magnolia fantasy...I performed in this play way back when I was but a girl of 15 and love it to bits. If you don't know it, it's the story of six strong Southern women set in a beauty salon. It's a bit of a weepy (unless you have a heart of stone like me) but also has some cracking jokes. Anyway, I get my hair cut on one of those cheap mall salons and my luck is in. Diane is a true Southern matriarch and tells me ...