This past Sunday, the three of us headed down to Sandestin, Florida, for a most delightful (although short) vacation. It was very refreshing...just what each of us needed. We were just there two nights, but we were able to enjoy the conveniences of the resort and the beauty of the emerald water and white sands. We are most grateful to Martha Junkin, a dear church member at Circlewood, that made these few days possible. Thank you, Martha! We are so thankful for your gift!
Also, David and I were recently able to see Riverdance live in Birmingham. We have made it a tradition to go see this show at some point during each pregnancy. (Our first viewing was in Louisville, KY.) I love Riverdance! My husband knows that ever since I saw it done at Disney World once, I have wanted to learn to do this type of dance and play the violin simultaneously. I know that sounds difficult - I'm sure it is! But they did it at Disney World! (Well, it is a place of magic!) I am doing nothing to work towards achieving that goal, but maybe it will come to reality one day. I love watching this type of dance, as well as listening to the Celtic music, the sound of the unique instrument combinations, and the purity of the voices that were also a part of this fantastic production. Thank you, David, for such a delightful date!