Saturday, December 5, 2009

Thanksgiving in Camelot...I mean Ruston!

We spent the Thanksgiving Holiday in Ruston this year. My sweet brother Ryan calls Ruston Camelot. I like to refer to it as that as well. I love Ruston and miss it terribly. I love my life and my family and friends in Orlando, but I would head back to Ruston in a flash. I just love my family more than you know. But I do have to say...I have a GREAT family here. They are way better to me than I deserve! Thanks to the Stuart's!
We had a pretty laid back Thanksgiving. Georgia Kate and I flew to Ruston on Monday morning and Robert drove on Wednesday. We hung out at home and just relaxed with family. We did get to hang out with my little brother Ross.(Who is not so little anymore). He was home from LSU (Geaux Tigers!) and it was so nice to hang out with him. We also got to see my grandmother who I love so much. It makes me sad to see her age, but that is how God designed for life to be. She loves Georgia Kate and I am so gald that she has gotten to see her. What an amazing woman of God I have gotten to see as a roll model. I also got to visit with my mom and Danny (2 of the best grandparents in the world). GOSH...I love my mom! She is amazing and the strogest woman I met! Thanks mom!
The reason that we traveled this year for Thanksgivng is because my brother got married the Saturday after Thanksgiving. My brother and his wife from San Antonio were in town and it was great to spend some time with them and their children. I love those kids so much! Being an aunt is the best job in the world...especially when you have Campbell and Cooper as your neice and nephew. I am doing a post with some pics of will see those soon! Sorry for so many pictures, but I couldn't pick just a few!

I know she is mine, but how precious is she and how cute is this dress?

She loves her Uncle Ross and her Uncle Ross loves her!

Georgia Kate and Gr'Nana

All the ladies
My beautiful mom

Me and my handsome husband

I love fires! We got to build one Thankgiving morning in Ruston. It was quiet chilly!

My sweet baby girl doing what I love to do most on Thanksgiving Day...Watching the parade!

Gogo loves her girl

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