Wednesday, January 27, 2010
I'm tackling a new project this week, getting my pictures in order. I ran across a screaming deal on Snapfish for 100 free photos and couldn't pass it up. I will now confess the unbelievable, I only printed about 20 pictures last year and that guess may be on the high end. I have all these fabulous pictures just sitting on my hard drive. I've had a lot of fun the past few days looking at all of the pictures I took last year and seeing how much Maggie Grace has grown. The above picture was taken on Valentine's Day of last year.
Monday, January 11, 2010
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Saturday, August 22, 2009
Friday, July 31, 2009
Friday, May 22, 2009
Last week Ben, Maggie Grace and I went to Savannah on vacation. We had such a blast! We did a lot of walking around the historic district, it was simply beautiful. One day we went to Tybee Island and took Maggie Grace to the beach. The temperature was okay but the wind was blowing so it was a bit chilly, we only got to play in the water for about 20 minutes or so.
Here is Maggie Grace with her purse, ready to run some errands. She loves this purse! Last night while cleaning up her room before bed I couldn't find a puzzle piece. I looked high and low. Imagine how hard I laughed when I opened up her purse this morning and there it was! She is hilarious. She will put anything and everything in there and she loves to walk, stop, check the contents of the purse, and resume walking.
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Last Saturday Maggie Grace had her first haircut. Our hairdresser was wonderful and did such a great job. Especially considering Maggie Grace kept trying to turn around and see what the hairdresser was doing. Later in the day Maggie Grace and I walked up to our town center where the annual Jonquil Festival was taking place. There were all kind of yummy goodies and beautiful items for sale. I picked up a little hair bow for Maggie Grace's new do. By the time we made it back home the girl was out.
Sunday afternoon we headed to the town next to ours for the Taste of Marietta festival. All in all I'd say there were about 70 different restaurants selling little samples of food around the town square. Maggie Grace and I picked up some yummy treats and headed to the grassy part of the square and listened to some great music from a local band.