Happy Easter everyone! Jesus has risen and is alive! We had a wonderful day today with a beautiful church service with a professional sand artist live at the church. After church we headed out to Aunt Amy's for a wonderful Easter dinner of lamb and crab cakes. We had great conversations and fellowship, the kids had an Easter egg hunt (Tyler needed some coaching...but started to get the hang of it), we watched the Master's on TV and searched for Uncle Rob and Grandpa but never could spot them among the huge crowds. The kids played with the bubbles that Grandma Easter bunny brought. Tyler's new word! He really loves the bubbles! We ate too much and then ate more desert and now we are home. Tyler is snug in bed and I've realized I haven't updated in weeks! We've had such a wonderful time the past few weeks...I've put the computer aside and really only checked my email once a day! It has been nice.
Last week we were blessed with a vacation with Grandma and Grandpa to Myrtle Beach, SC. We stayed in a hotel suite right on the ocean with a gorgeous view. Scott and I got the room with the view because it was the room with the pull out of the wall Murphy bed. So we got to wake up to the sunrise every morning! Tyler loved swimming in the indoor heated pool (somewhat heated). Daddy really won the prize of swimming with Tyler 3 days in a row!We both got to play 2 rounds of golf with Grandma babysitting Tyler (even though she had a sling on her arm protecting her recent shoulder surgery) she was such a trooper, we both appreciated her so much. Scott golfed on the coldest and windiest day, we both golfed on Wednesday at a course called The Wizard, and I golfed on Thursday (the nicest day!). We also went to the big Broadway on the Beach area where they had fun games and rides. We were trying to tire Tyler out this night. He loved the skee ball!
This vacation was the perfect distance away (only 3-4 hour drive), the perfect company, the perfect amount of nights (5 nights), and perfect relaxation and stimulation vacation I've had in a long time. We can't say thanks enough to Scott's parents for inviting us and treating us to such an amazing trip. We love you.