This evening we were in town watching the Clover Middle School Lady Blue Eagles take on York. This was about the best action shot I got of Clara (#20) – although at least I have a camera again, so I am very happy with that. It was a great game – Clover won maybe 7-0 – and best of all, Clara scored her first goal of her soccer career. Needless to say, I did not get a picture of that – way too excited – but it was a special moment for us all.
The running track, that is. We were back at Rock Hill High, cheering Charlie and his Bearcat teammates on in their meet against district rivals Ridgeview yesterday. I got this picture of Charlie in action.
Great day. Meg & I started out with breakfast at a new little place she’d found in Lowell, & then went walking at George Poston Park, also in Lowell. I’d been there two or three times to watch Clara play soccer, but had never actually been into the park itself. It was definitely the nicest county park I’d ever been to. Trails were well marked, and we enjoyed taking a break at the benches by the lake.
That evening was the District Art Show in town, and Clara had a piece chosen to be displayed. It was called onomatopoeia art, and you can’t tell in this picture, but it was three dimensional – the splat was bouncing off the page :-). Then supper at Eagles Nest to celebrate. Just a fun day.
Saturday Addie, June, Lindee, Mallory, Meg & I loaded up in Addie’s van and headed to Pilot View Winery for a bridal shower for Olivia. This is the only picture I took the entire day. We thought the site was very aptly named, though. Wow.
This is my momma’s very favorite bush in the world – the big beautiful azalea at the corner of her house. It was at its absolute peak this week when I was there.
Our azaleas are really starting to bloom out so pretty.
That night while I was in Rock Hill to put Gran to bed, we were so happy and surprised when our old friend Red came by for a visit. So much fun. Gran has had his sister Mandy’s Bible we think since she and Boo were in a Bible study together when they were in school, so we passed it on to Red to deliver to Mandy – and Gran wanted it to be in the picture with them 🙂
Tuesday, for our spring break outing, Clara, Adam, Mason, & I headed over to Fort Mill, to spend some time outside enjoying the beautiful day. There was some talk about wading in the creek, but no one had any dry shoes and/or clothes, so they decided against it.
I took a break on the bench while they got some frisbee action going with a disk they found there on the ground.
Today I met Amy at this park about half way in between our houses, to spend a few hours hiking and picnicking. My phone takes terrible pictures, but it was such a beautiful day to be outside.
Now that my camera is broken, I am having to rely on my phone, which takes terrible pictures. And on Easter Sunday, I took exactly two pictures before it stopped working. Sigh. So the ones I got were both of the Yarbroughs. Thankful to have those, anyway.