Spring Trip 2016
Here’s another throwback from my old blog….which is great BUT I’m locked out of it, every time I try to log in, google doesn’t recognize my device or whatever but I don’t have the same phone number so I’m not able to get in, so annoying!
But happily it’s not private so I’m able to look at it and can get my posts and put them here – so not all is lost.
Here’s a post from 2016, I wanted to change a lot of things about this but I decided NOT to, because even though I don’t love it, it does show that my writing has improved, and that’s a good thing. So here we go, hope you enjoy!
We got into Tampa the morning of Passover. We drove from Tampa to Sarasota and had lunch there at a restaurant with outdoor space overlooking the water. We had fish sandwiches and something else I can’t remember, delish!
The next day, Glen was busy working, and I was busy making key lime pie for the Night to Be — for blog readers not from FL, if you don’t know what key lime pie is, I will make some for you next time we see each other, it is probably my very favorite dessert EVERRRrrr!
The Sinon’s had us all over to their place
Next up (well, next up that I have pictures of!) – What’s a trip to Tarpon Springs without a stop-in at Capt’n Jack’s?
I’m afraid I didn’t take any photos from the first Day of Unleavened Bread, but here are a few more photos from the trip —
Off to Cincinnati, to see the Tootles!
We were there for the last Day of Unleavened Bread, the Sabbath the next day, and most of Sunday.
Ok, my first nephew, of course I took a bunch of photos! He’s got a sweet smile, and beautiful blue eyes! He was a trooper, too – two days of church in a row, and one with double services! Erin cooked dinners, lunches, breakfasts and made coconut cream pie to boot!
On Sunday, we all went downtown to have some brunch and a walk. We went to a place called Cheapside (weird name, right?)
|Old building next door = great opportunity for an artsy shot (you know how I like those)|
After breakfast, we walked in a park on the Ohio River.
It was a short trip, but great and we loved every single second of it! Of course we will be much closer to Cincinnati soon, so we will be seeing you again soon!
Always enjoy reading your blog. Looks like so much fun.