Last weekend, we took Iain to Tallahassee so he could visit his aunt Jenna and meet our friends from college days. On Saturday, we took him to the Wesley Foundation to see all our old haunts. He slept through most of the visit, but we enjoyed walking around the property again, seeing what had changed, and talking to friends.
These are the porch steps where Jeremy proposed to me.
Then that afternoon, we had an open house so people could drop by and visit. It was fun to see everyone again!
And that evening, we went to a Greek Festival - great food, fun music, and a magnificent church.
In other news: work on the house continues. The repair part is finished except we still need a new front door as ours is now inoperable, and there are cracks to be patched and painted. Now we're on to the addition. First we need to tear up the concrete in the carport and front walkway. Then the plumber will come and tie into the existing water line. After that, we pour the new foundation and then finally start building!
Thanks to those of you who prayed for Iain's "bubble" to resolve itself. It has! We were told any symptoms would begin to appear when he was 4-6 weeks old, and we haven't seen any signs of trouble. In fact, he's growing like a weed!
We had a day or so of cool weather last week - perfect for walking! Iain enjoyed being bundled in his duck jacket.
And a few more miscellaneous pictures for your viewing pleasure: