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... there and I would recommend it for anyone with little kids. The egg hunt was a blast, and my kids had fun even without doing the pony rides, mining for gems, and the zip line. We only spent 10 bucks to get in and a few dollars on drinks. Can't beat that day!!!!
Well we will be ready for Easter tomorrow so enjoy the pics of the day at the farm and the Easter Egg hunt.
... a few photos and then they boys played alot of computer games all evening while myself and Michelle continued chatting. Now its morning and I have had an amazing nights sleep. Ashton and his family have been incredibly hospitable to us and we have had a lovely time. Now its off to Orlando, my turn to drive. It could be a Loooonnngggg day.
All for now,
Another day of driiiiving. Which I had to do. Again. We arrived at about 3 and met Ashton, and quickly made use of the pool they had as we were all quite tired of being hot and bothered. The water was lovely and we spent some time out in the sun generally lazying about. After a while we got out and met Ashton's parents who were very accommodating and friendly and took ...
... The kids saw a truck in the parking lot that looked like Uncle Rick's truck and we told him he wasn't here with us on this trip but maybe the next one.... (hint hint :-) Thank you Grandma and Grandpa for all of the prayers. We know Jesus heard your prayers, we're still not sure about Grandpa's though. Our next stop is a hotel in Orlando FL. We'll be back then!!
Wendell, Kiesha, Aliyah, Jada, Frank, & Chris ...
Our story begins roughly 700 miles from home in a small town in Georgia. This was the farthest from home Seth and I had ever lived. I lived in Mississippi from a brief few months, but it was never home. When I was dismissed from school every afternoon, I never got the feeling that I was "going home." Louisiana is home to me.
Seth left around a week before I was able to. There were so many things that had to be done before ...