...I think. I'm pretty sure this is the last list before wedding things are done.
We have crossed off most of these already. It has all been so much fun and we are ready to enjoy the events to come. So, headed out to accomplish a few more things. Here are some yard fresh eggs in a broccoli, ham and mushroom quiche.
Well it has been a long time between posts for me. I have been having so much fun doing wedding stuff with Mary Grace. We are on the home stretch now with less than 2 weeks left. We have gotten so much done. There are so many little things to think about, even though they wanted a very simple wedding. Another bonus is getting to see grandogs a bit more too.
Had a topless homemade egg mcmuffin.
These two thought it smelled good.
Bill used to say about begging dogs under the table "They are like catfish circling under the dock"
The weather has been so beautiful lately, that Mary Grace had a great idea for after church lunch.
A picnic at the old Pearl River Methodist Church.
She packed us a lunch and it was so great. Sophie and Paul were with his family in Richland (they switch off between them and us every Sunday). And Mom was a little under the weather, so it was just the 3 of us.
Friend Amy wanted to do something special for Mary Grace before her wedding in 25!! days. She found us lovely rooms at the Bowie Tavern overlooking the river in Natchez. MG and I took a walk while Candy took a nap when we got there before Amy.
View from our balcony
Taking care of important things
Next morning, ready to roll.
It was so cool out and Candy only brought sleeveless tops.
The bride to be at a sumptuous breakfast.
The Tavern is connected with Dunlieth Mansion so that is where the breakfast buffet is served.
I regret nothing...well maybe a little bit. Hope my dress for the wedding fits.
The grounds were beautiful. It was cool and clear.
Then a bit of strolling the town. All the merchants had open doors and you could hear State winning all over town! Candy is the only serious shopper in this group. These two mainly found things to laugh about. Speaking of laughing...
This may be the worst use of pigs and apples I have ever seen. They were made of rose petals. Decided not to buy it.
Decided to pass on this too.
Great lunch spot. Felt like New Orleans. Breaud's
Why we went...oysters.
These two cute dogs were napping in a store window.
Went in and of course they loved Mary Grace. The owners run a gallery and take their dogs to work.
Had to check out the newly reopened King's Tavern. Still didn't see or hear ghosts.
Here is the hallway outside our doors where we stayed.
Gorgeous heart pine. Amy had suggested we bring roller skates.