One of the many places we spent some time was historic downtown Summerville, SC. So many sweet shops, a wonderful farmers market, and food.....we ate more than we should have!! She crab soup and fried green tomatoes, oh my!!!
Another favorite was the Tea Plantation tour. The buddy I was traveling with is also a huge tea fan, we couldn't pass up seeing where the only United States tea is grown and processed
Talk about a beautiful driveway
This was our ride around the tea plantation.
The bus looked a whole lot nicer on the inside!
Our last stop before heading home was to take a dirt road to see the Angel Tree.
We were blow away by it's size and beauty
I am NOT a shopper. But somehow all these bags ended up coming home with me! Ha Once I get unpacked I will share with you some of my finds.
Well it's been a long time away from blogging for me! Our motel charged $10.00 a day to have Internet access even though hubby is a Diamond member :( I wasn't in the mood to get on the phone and argue with someone who doesn't speak English so I just said to heck with it. I was spending enough (more than I should) on other things.
We had a wonderful time in Charleston this past weekend attending the Wedding of a dear friends DD. What a treat to witness a young couple begin their new life together and get to catch up with so many old friends we haven't seen in ages. So much to see and do in the short amount of time that we had. I can tell you we crammed a WHOLE lot of livin in those few days!! We were up and ready to rock by 7:00am each day, our heads didn't hit the pillow until after midnight each evening.
Now it's back to reality. Catch up the laundry, housework, mail stacked a mile high, and the grands!! I had Kara yesterday morning while Mommy went to a Dr appointment. She ran right into my arms for a big hug "Nanny I misses you too much" Aww I misses her too.
I will try to get back on the blogging track tonight. Need to share photo's of the treasures I brought home and grocery budget from last week. Off for now to meet up with Mason man, gotta get me some more sloppy toddler kisses.