Category: Visitors

We had a surprise drive-thru visit from our FL friends on Christmas Eve. Nator was outnumbered even more so than usual.

Some highlights of November: Daddy left for deer camp and Mimi came to stay with us Fall dress up days at school Bumpa, Nana, PapaG and Mimi were all here for Thanksgiving

We loved having Patrice come visit us for the weekend! We visited Downtown Greenville, Furman University, and Traveler’s Rest. It was great to be able to show my new life (new town, new church, new home) to my Bestie. Of

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Happy Easter! We enjoyed our visit from PapaG and Mimi this past week. Today and always, I rejoice in the Truth that my Savior lives. Thankful for all His blessings. #Easter2016

We started off Thanksgiving day with father-daughter Turkey Day 5K Run through Cleveland Park. It was our first race together! Then our friend Darren (Uncle D to the girls) joined us for the Thanksgiving feast (with lots of time spent

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The girls enjoyed helping Mimi make gyoza (Japanese dumplings). The best part was eating them while they were still hot, of course. Having Mimi here is like living in a Japanese restaurant.

Another set of friends from Jacksonville visited us here in Greenville: JP, Liz, and their 4-month-old baby girl Yahna. I think it was love at first sight for Yahna and Nator. He kept gently putting his hand on her hand,

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Grammy came to visit us for 5 days! All the kids had so much fun with her, including Nator. She came in time to join us for the Fall Festival at the Y on Friday night. On Saturday, we took her

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Rain or shine Parry B&B is open for business and rain or shine a visit to #‎fallspark‬ is a must! We enjoyed a rainy adventure with our friends from Jax. We witnessed some powerful waterfalls thanks to #joaquin. Thank you, Mark

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The weekend of having my dear friend Jen here didn’t pan out as planned: rained the whole time (1st time that happened since we moved) and Allan had a bad case of the stomach flu (which meant being a single

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