The little guy is our grandson, our beautiful and sweet brown eyed
boy- and he is made up of...
"Frogs and snails
And puppy dog tails,
That's what little boys
are made of."
He loves dirt, digging in the dirt, throwing dirt, sprinkling dirt...
and his Mommy and Daddy! Oh and chocolate.
I not only loved seeing my family I loved all of the big beautiful trees
that grow in Georgia-my dear friend Sandie from Chatty Crone lives
in Georgia. You must visit her blog:)
We spent time together as a family-which meant the world to me.
Lovely walks, enjoyable lunches near the Chattahoochee river, and
of course the little guy dressed up as an elephant and did his trick-or
Ft. Benning is a beautiful Army Base and the home which my
family lives in dates back to the late 1920's it is charming and
quaint with old hardwood floors, extensive molding and a very
deep and dark basement which the little guy and I do not like.
Our trick or treating took us to the home of a General-isn't this home
just gorgeous-my son-in-law tells me that the entire first floor of this
old plantation home is not lived in. It is totally reserved for grand
gatherings and receptions.
Our next stop during my stay was dinner in Columbus, we had an
enjoyable little meal of speciality hand tossed individual pizzas
topped off with a little stroll down main street.
I loved the town of Pine Mountain-it was perfectly darling with little
antique shops and of course Rose Cottage itself where we had a
cup of fresh basil soup, a grilled pear and brie sandwich and of
course tea just before heading to the airport.
So many gorgeous items were for sale, I really would have liked
to have it all...don't you love this little Christmas sign.
And just look at this treasure...
These plates are even for sale-maybe next time...
A beautiful memory maker for certain-do you have any to share?
Please Join Me~
Little Red House