Saturday, June 13, 2015
|Our son getting ready to say "I Do"|
Photos courtesy of Jana Candler Photography
Be warned! This post is a bit photo heavy but just know that I could have posted about 500 more pictures!!! It's not everyday that your first child to get married happens. I mentioned a few weeks ago that our oldest son got married, well now, the wedding day pictures have come in. They are excellent! All of these pictures posted here were taken by Jana Candler Photography. If you need pictures done and you live in SC I would highly recommend Janacandlerphoto.comOur son has had a lot of excitement lately. He just graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Biology, was excepted into Medical School and married his beautiful bride all within a few weeks of each other. We are so proud of him!
|My lovely daughter in-law and me!|
|Our 5 children|
|My husband and our 3 sons|
|My daughters and me!|
|Saying "I Do"|
|Mr & Mrs|
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
We have a favorite place we like to stroll along together as a family. It's a lovely old rice plantation that has been turned into a wildlife preserve.
It is the perfect place to experience the serenity and the beauty of the lowcountry. You never know what you will see while on an outing. We saw this osprey guarding her nest. She was very vocal about us being nearby.
We loved this cute little crab that scurried across our path.
Our youngest had a keen eye for pointing out alligators that we would not have even noticed. We might have a future maritime forest ranger on our hands!
Our son's alert eye also prevented me from stepping on this snake that was in my path. He yelled out a warning just in time! This was a harmless ribbon snake but I bet if I had stepped on it it might have bitten me.coastal breezes blowing through the old rice fields is so soothing and peaceful.
God has created such a beautiful world. We need to take time to thank Him and enjoy His creation.