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Wednesday 30th August

  

Almost four hundred miles south, six hours later, with three stops for food, drinks and bathroom breaks, and we’re back in Florida, having driven the length of South Carolina and Georgia. A quick overnight stay before heading further south tomorrow, then on to the Keys after that.

Wish you were in the back of the car with us; wish you were here in the hotel now ~ you’d be off to the pool, splashing and swimming about, or you’d take control of the television, and flick through the masses of channels, searching for SpongeBob or Batman or Star Trek. 

We think of you all the time; what you’d do, what you’d say, what you’d choose. That will never change.

We miss you every single moment. That will never change.

We love you so much. That will never change.

Dearest, darling Angel son

xxxxxx

Sunrise this morning, before we left……

With pretty, fluffy clouds

“My mom always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.”

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      • Oh my gosh..we just LOVE going there. I mean it’s all relative compared to European history, but it is still historic (for the US) and charming. The trolley tour is a great over-all start, and I can surely recommend some of our favorite restaurants & hotels if you do go back. In Spring and at Christmas they have tours of historic homes and that is a favorite thing to do. Enjoy the rest of your trip! 😀

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      • I have to tell you..I was just sitting here about an hour ago, eating dinner with my husband, asking him if the Savannah Christmas Tour of Homes tickets were available..he looked them up..bought two, made reservations at The Mansion on Forsyth Park- our favorite place to stay, and we are good to go for December….all because I read a blog written by a girl from England and it made me think about a holiday get-away….. Isn’t that somethin’? 😀 It really is a small word after all…..🎶

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