This is how every out-of-town visitor who is flying in starts. I sit at my desk at work, hitting "refresh" every few seconds, until I see that they are descending. It is torture and like watching water boil!!!!
Of course, we had to take a pit stop at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum.
Sadie and Bobby picked up right where they left off- goofing around and catching up:)
Using an old fashioned camera.
The gardens there were beautiful. They grow every vegetable and herb you can imagine. I took about 50 photos because I wanted to capture all the ideas down! You're welcome for not posting them all :)
We had lunch at the tavern at Monticello where they served southern food buffet style, by candle light. Outside of the tavern, they had an area where you could play old fashioned games. Here's a blurry shot of Bobby trying his hand at one.
Fortunately there was a carnival in town the weekend that Bobby was here! He loved it, and even won me a goldfish.... (RIP Mr. Skittles:( )
More fun at home....
It had been a few years since Bobby had been to visit. One of his favorite memories though, was tasting the oil and vinegar at the local shop. He begged us to go back. However, it wasn't quite as he remembered, as evidenced in this picture!!!!
We took him to the local farmer's market, where he picked out this unusual peach.
Jim smoked two different types of meat, wow!!!! I am drooling just looking at this picture again! Delicious!!
When Bobby was little, he couldn't say "Auntie"; it always came out "Tummie". To this day, he calls me "Tummie Emmie".
He told me to close my eyes at one of the antique shops that we were in. I obliged, only to open them and see this!!! I think it would be so cool to have this picture framed. Bobby is a very sweet child and I look forward to his next visit!