This weekend found the 4 of us in Greenville, Ohio with our squad
going up against the Greenville Wave.
Onto the field...we are ready to rumble! Half time dance routine by some lovely cheerleaders!
attendance...it's such a wonderful tradition.
There goes Grace through the victory tunnel!
6 and 0 baby! 6 and 0!
My kids...I kinda love 'em. *grin*
Of course you know I had to take a peek...
The beautiful City Hall
Great little shops, restaurants and the people are really friendly...
Come on Gracie! It is a cool bathroom! Let's show it off!
Original tile and a great tin ceiling! Loved it.
Hey Sheila! This is for you! 2 more Bathroom Divas!
Broadway Joe's is a coffee house inside this great old building. We all got delicious hot chocolate with steamed milk and some homemade chocolate chop cookies. Yummy.
Annie Oakley is from this area and the museum just up the street has a great deal of her memorabilia. We look forward to returning so we can visit the Garst Museum and check out all the little shops. By the end of the games, most place in town were shutting their doors for the day.
Oh well...that just gives us a good excuse to take a little drive some Sunday afternoon!
"Little Sure Shot"
So, when you find a sweet field of sunflowers, what do you do? Yep. Haul out the kid and snap away. And nope. Dan wanted no part of Mom's impromptu photo session today! Hmpf.
Now, what is prettier than sunlight on a a field of sunflowers? It was a perfect Fall day and I am blessed to have shared it with my family.
After returning home we had dinner with my Mom and then we hopped back to Rabbit Run to relax and watch a movie. Is anything better than curling up on the couch with your family (and that includes 2 cats and 1 dog!) to watch an old film?Tonight it was "Some Like It Hot" with one of my all time favorite people, Jack Lemmon.
What could be sweeter than a day like this?
I hope your weekend is treating you well and that the sun shines, if not in the sky, at least in your heart. As always, I send each one of you...
Love and Hugs,