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Saturday, February 14, 2009

Family Reunion

Last week my Aunt came into town and it was a very busy, exciting, fun, reminiscing, lots of laughs, tear moving visit. To fill you in, I haven't seen my Aunt since my Mother died (my aunt is my mother's sister) and that was 10 years ago. I know, way too much time without getting together with Family. Since the passing of another family member, we made it a serious point and effort NOT to let any more time go by of not getting together. So you must know I was so excited to hear my aunt and new hubby were making the trip to Atlanta! These are just a few photos I wanted to share!

We started the morning at the Original Pancake House

Then we worked our way to the CNN Center...as you can see whoever took this picture left off the "N" in CNN...i tell you a good photographer is hard to find LOL.

Then we headed to the High Museum...I snapped a shot of Joseph my Aunt's husband...I like this shot alot, it just looks cool, may it's Joseph who makes it look cool!

Then I wanted to take a picture of the High Museum alone.....it's still cool even without Joseph.

Then it was off to Atlantic Station. We stopped to rest our feet, quench our thirst and to catch our breath...very cool place by the way...Thanks Wanda for suggesting it!

After that we went to my brother's house for dinner. It was definitely a family gathering, that's why i don't have pictures i was busy working... we cut up potatoes to make home fries, my brother fried fish, which was delicious and then evidentually we all conked out on the sofa from the exhaustion of walking, site seeing and good eating :)

The next day, I hosted dinner at my house along with family foto night. Everyone seemed ready for their photo shoot!


The weekend was truly wonderful, more than I expected and won't ever forget. I'm not much for many words, but as Sarah Mclaughlin says in one of her songs: I will remember you, will you remember me? Don't left your life pass you by and we not form the memories...

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