Savannah, part one

So, the whole reason for going to Savannah was to help out when this little miss was born:

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Magdalena Rose, born March 21, 7lbs 11oz. She just gets cuter every day!

While we were there, I finally got to go to River Street!!! I have been waiting very patiently for a chance to go.

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The history of the buildings just amazes me. I would love to go back in time to see them in their original use(of course, being a woman, I would not have been down in the cotton district, it was all business).

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We went to Kevin Barry’s. I had the Irish Sampler, which included from left: Shepherd Pie, corned beef and cabbage, and Irish Stew. YUM. After that, we went and got Pralines. Thank goodness we did a lot of walking! We also drove by the childhood home of Flannery O’Conner. We had hoped to go on a tour, but never got the chance. Ah well, next time! We did the traditional trip to Tybee Island, and helped Em and Russ for a couple of weeks. We stayed long enough for the baby to get baptised, then headed off for Philly, which I’ve already posted about.

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One response to “Savannah, part one

  1. Aww…my pretty little miss!

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