Lauren Dawidowicz did a wonderful job playing Annie. Amanda really wished that the cast would have come out into the lobby wearing their costumes. Besides Annie, Amanda wanted to meet Daddy Warbucks, Miss Hannigan, and all of the orphans. She did not recognize Annie in the lobby because she was looking for a girl wearing a red dress with red curly hair!
We spent the weekend at a condo in Helen, Georgia with my parents. A huge storm came through right when we got there—hail and everything. We heard later that it was a lot worse in Suwanee, GA than in Helen.
I took an Easter basket filled with all kinds of arts and crafts and gave it to Amanda Friday night. She was occupied each night with something different while my parents and Bob and I played cards. Friday night she made sand art bottles.
My dad and I went hiking in Unicoi State Park on Saturday.
It was so pretty!
This is the Nacoochee Indian Mound. It was the center of the ancient Cherokee town of Gauxule, visited by DeSoto in 1540 in his search for gold. On this ceremonial mound stood the Town House where a sacred fire burned unceasingly. Ceremonial dances were performed in and around the Town House. Residents of the town lived on the flat land surrounding the mound.
Bob and Amanda
Amanda loved the swimming pool the best!
She had fun with Papa and also made several friends.
Amanda taking a picture of Nana and Papa while getting her toes painted.
Amanda got an eye patch in one of her easter eggs!
my cutie pie worn this dress to church last week. I love toile patterns and had to get this dress when I saw it at Kid to Kid Consignments in Duluth. I found some really cute baby clothes at a Kid to Kid store (Glen Allen) when I was pregnant and traveled to Richmond for work. I hoped they would open some in Altanta and they have!