Sunday, April 22, 2012

67. When you marry, you marry the whole family. Till death do you part.



The only rock I know that stays steady, the only institution I know that works is the family.  ~Lee Iacocca

 We spent one morning of our trip exploring Fort Frederica. 

You were both fascinated with who lived in each of the homestead ruins. We stopped, we read the descriptions, we tried to imagine what life would be like.

We all found it humorous that in the days of Fort Frederica, the children played in the streets, the men hung out in the tavern, and the women - well, the list of things the women did was endless. 

We spent this day with Nana and Papa. 

One of the things I am most grateful for is how much Sweet Daddy enjoys your Nana and Papa's company. 

Some of your favorite relatives have joined our family from marriage. For example, you adore your Uncle Justin -official Easter egg hider on Easter Sunday. Bubbe loves how he knows everything about hunting and he can't wait to be big enough to go hunting with him. Pumpkin loves his sweet smile and how he's always willing to participate in her games.

For, when you marry, you marry the whole family.

Till death do you part. 


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