Hello everyone out there in blog land! I've been away for a few months, but I'm back now! My last post was the Hubbs 40th Bday Beer Bash back in May. After I took a break from trying to blog to focus on moving my family 1/2 way across the country to Texas. We were very settled in Maryland so it was hard to leave. But when Uncle Sam says you gotta go--well you gotta go! We did get to take the scenic route and visit a few places, friends and family in the process. So this first post back I'll take you on our journey from Maryland to Texas (in pictures of course).
That weekend the girls' and I also attended the Girl Scout 100th Anniversary Celebration on the Mall. It was a fun experience getting to meet Girl Scout from all over the country and the World. We got there early but left before it got too crowded.
After a couple of days in North Carolina we drove to Savannah, Georgia. That city felt so magical to me with all of the huge mossy tree's. We stayed a couple of nights there to visit a few places.
Next stop was Valdosta GA to visit the Hubbs side of the family. It's always fun to be with him in his hometown. He has so many stories from his childhood and the crazy things he used to do.
Last stop before heading to Texas was to Leesburg, GA to visit our friends the Myles. Hadn't seen them since 2003 either. I didn’t get to take any photo’s because we arrived late in the evening and they had to get up for work the next day.But it was great just to see them at all.
One of the greatest things about being a military family and moving around so much is getting to meet so many special people and no matter how far apart you are or for how long when you get back together you pick up like no time's past at all.
Looking forward to making new friends and memories of fun times here in Texas.Pin It