We have spent the last few days in beautiful, sunny, Florida. It has been a dream visiting family and doing all kinds of fun things with my Aunt and Uncle. This evening we visited Downtown Fort Meyers, an up-and-coming area with cute little shops and restaurants and a great little walk by the bay where we watched the sun set. Sawyer had such a good time running around and looking at the bay, and then splashing in the fountain. We had such a good time relaxing and just enjoying the breeze off the water.
The other day we spent the afternoon in downtown Senoia, A.K.A. Woodbury. Yup, for those Walking Dead fans, it is also the set for the Walking Dead. So nine out of twelve months of the year, it is a sweet little old town that isn’t too busy, and the other three they don’t mow the grass, and it is over-run with Zombies and film crews. I always get a kick out of all the people taking pictures with the famous scenery, and then find myself doing it too. I’m just now discovering all of the little cute shops down there and all there is to see. If you ever visit Senoia, shop at Ms. Wendy’s Antiques, it’s the cutest little antique store with the best finds and the sweetest people running it, eat at Redneck Gourmet, my favorite fried chicken joint in Coweta county, and sightsee at all of the Walking Dead scenes and backdrops!
This was the only photo I took of my outfit. I didn’t really how awkward it was until I got home- sorry! It is staying here solely for informational purposes. ha.
We decided to take a little break from reality and escape to a southern paradise.
Yum- Spanish Moss. It is everywhere there; the trees and fences and phone lines are just dripping with it. It never gets old. We spent the week relaxing, eating out, laughing with family and getting much needed down time before the busy Christmas season. St. Simons and Jekyll Island, Georgia.