|This is where I slept all weekend. My first time camping in several years.|
This weekend a group of women I've met through this blog descended on little old Mathews to spend some time
|Grandma J came all the way from Texas.|
|Sheryl is from Arlington. |
True story: She was on Jeopardy in 1992.
She said something about a disagreement with Alex Trebek, but I forget the details.
|Nora and my mother|
|Laurie is from California.|
|Meg is from Maryland.|
She lost her iPhone on one of the out-of-control Gator rides.
Thank goodness for the "I have no idea where my iPhone is" app that traced it
near a ditch in our neighborhood. (As far as I'm concerned, there is only one speed on that Gator: wide open.)
|Angie and Meg|
|Although Meg found her phone, she also lost her glasses. |
We still haven't found those yet. There is no app for that.
|Deltaville Jamie brought this float and the hat.|
Her son Ethan wore them in the hot tub.
I wore them on the Gator rides.
(Dear neighbors, I am so sorry. We won't do this again for at least another year. Love, CBW.)
|Jamie's son Ethan.|
|Angie and Dana.|
|Kay, in the green shirt, came all the way from Canada!|
|There was hugging until it hurt.|
|Nora's sister-in-law made us all bracelets.|
|Ethan and Jamie|
There were several from our original group who couldn't make it, and they were definitely missed.
My throat is sore from laughing, my finger is burned from the minor fire, my neck muscles are strained from wild Gator rides through the neighborhood, but by golly that was the most fun I've had in a while.
This group of bloggers is like family to me, and I am grateful for the opportunity to spend so much