Saturday, March 19, 2011

134: Yummy Dinner Downtown

We loved downtown Greenville. Had dinner at this wonderful restaurant and it was warm enough to eat outside. Beth took this photo too. After dinner we walked over the suspension bridge, shopped in artsy stores, drank coffee in a basement coffee house and then listened to live music at a bar (and were well entertained by the dancers!).

A great end to a fun convention! 

Friday, March 18, 2011

133: Blank Page, Blank Stare?

A moment of quiet browsing during what was otherwise a very busy convention. (See the cute tower of curricula with the pinata on top? That tower shrunk as he sold. Kids loved the colors!)

Thursday, March 17, 2011

132: Shoppers

I love this photo. Beth gets photo credits (I hardly had time to think of photography, let alone take pictures). That's the "La Clase Divertida" booth behind her which was so colorful (as you'll see in another of our photos).

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

131: Greenville Convention Staff

Beth and Barb met for the first time at Stax Grill where we had dinner on Wednesday night before the convention begins.

130: She's sister-spring!

Rain, growing bulbs, greening grass and college sisters come home = spring.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

129: Hep B Number 3

When you are a La Leche League leader, homeschooler, natural foods mama, skepticism about vaccines (and abstaining) comes with the territory. As a result, to enter school, my kids had to play catch up. This is Caitrin's last immunization of the year—all caught up!

Monday, March 14, 2011

128: 13.1 is NOTHING to 17.2

My longest run to date: 17.2. Only 9 miles short of marathon length. I ran 10 alone and then Patrice joined me for the last 7.2. Our feet pay homage to that short race—the half marathon (13.1)—as I blow by with longer and longer distances each week. So exhilarating! Ya gotta try it!

127: Superior Choir!

We're not allowed to take photographs at the regional competition for choir. Kids rode the busses and parents drove separately. Caitrin's choir got "Superior" ratings and were perfect on sight reading. They move on to nationals! This is our high school and she's heading toward my car for the happy ride home. :^)

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