July 14, 2012


I received some Georgia peaches from a friend the other day. 
I got about 6 quarts put away in the freezer for some yummy cobblers. We did partake of a few. Who could resist? There's just nothing like a Georgia peach; the girls and the fruit!!!
Today was spent hostessing the youth (12 &13 year olds).
This has become a tradition at our house. We love to have the youth over and even better knowing they are having a blast. 
I've always taken for granted playing on the water 'cause I've done it all of my life. If I wasn't fishing in it I was tubing on it, knee boarding on it, or swimming in it!
A lot of these kids don't get the opportunity to do this kind of stuff. Just because you live here doesn't mean you're privy to it. 
So we're always happy to welcome them here for the few hours they come with their Youth leaders.
Saying 'toodles' to you 'cause I said I would. I'll try and post at least once a week but don't forget me. Forgive if I don't reply back to your comments. As Arnold would say, "I'll be back". 
Now you know you just said that like him, didn't you?!!!



Love your water pictures, when my son was younger we used to have the kids over to swim. One of the joys of living in Florida~

Karen said...

Awwww such fun!
I so love water but don't get to be by it much. ENJOY!!

Barb said...

Now I want to live in Florida!
Enjoy your time away!!

Firecracker Kid said...

I did say it like Arnold! I do all the time... LOL. We defnitly won't forget you Vick :) Ooooo I love peach cobbler too, but pass on the girls... heehee.
That's so nice for the kids and so good for them too. Looks like lots of things to get into and lots of wild and wet fun! No gators I hope :)
Hugs n lovins lady!

Kim said...

Those peaches look yummy! What a sweet thing to do for the youth! I bet they all had a wonderful time. I hope you are all able to enjoy your time away, we could never forget you :)