Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Back Home

I haven't done much writing on this blog but I'm David, the other half in many of our fun adventures. Nicole does a great job keeping everyone updated with what is going on in our life but I want to start contributing more to our blog and sharing about some of our experiences.

We have had a great time spending the last week in Georgia. We have loved hanging out with friends, spending time with Nicole's family, and taking fun trips to Atlanta. There are so many great things to do in Georgia and we have realized how much we miss southern hospitality. We've tried to take some pictures of some of the stuff we've done and here's a few highlights!

Finally getting to have our wedding cake! It's a bit after our one-year anniversary but this was our first chance to have some. Not great, but not bad for being 13 months old.

We spent one afternoon walking around campus at UGA. It brought back lots of memories and it was a little weird to see all the changes that have already been made after the past couple years.

We celebrated Senor LaHaie's birthday by taking a trip to Atlanta to get a kayak and by having dinner at Bonefish Grill.

I think this is my favorite new discovery in Watkinsville. Nicole told me about The Granary on her last visit to Georgia but I hadn't had a chance to check it out. It's a local bakery that makes fresh bread, muffins, cookies, and has all sorts of other good stuff. The oatmeal chocolate chip cookies and sticky buns are AMAZING.

And in true southern fashion, we went to a bluegrass concert on the lawn at Ashford Manor in downtown Watkinsville. The weather was great and it's cool that Watkinsville does so many community things that are family friendly and unique/local.

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