As you might remember, my folks visited this week.
They arrived Saturday afternoon and wanted to go out to dinner.
Mom chose Red Robin (Yum!); so we piled into the van and away we went.
Halfway there I realized I was still in my work shirt.
Luckily, Red Robin is attached to the mall, and one of the stores had a sale.
On the way out the door for Sunday church, Mom realized that Dad and I dressed very similarly:
As we were close to the beach, we visited Fort Macon and Atlantic Beach between the morning and evening services.
First up, Fort Macon:
As I wandered around looking for unique architectural details, I noticed something about the springer.
Then, it was on to the beach!
And onto the beach, as it were.
That evening, we were back at church. What luck it was a fellowship night!
We went shopping for groceries to make apple pie.
Dad also cleaned our coffee pots. He did a good job, even if I did have to stop him from trying to take apart the Keurig.
We visited the Farmer’s Market and Tryon Palace
I made a Venison Roast, which I didn’t take a picture of; however, we did have apple pie and vanilla ice cream for desert:
Mom and Dad left Wednesday morning, but not before we ate breakfast at Baker’s Kitchen
Thursday – Saturday
Soon after they left, I developed all the symptoms of a simply wonderful summer cold.
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