Well, we’ve been in Savannah nearly a month now and the honeymoon hasn’t worn off yet. It does sort of feel like we’re in a bit of limbo right now, staying in this condo. Just makes me feel a little anxious and unsettled. We close on our house on the 27th of March and I can’t wait!
The weather has been cool and comfortable…mostly sunny days! Tybee is gearing up to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this weekend. The parade is Saturday and I guess goes right by our condo so we’ll have a great view from our balcony. Lord knows I hate dealing with crowds so I’m glad we’ll be able to do our own thing. But we’ve definitely noticed more people coming into town…the hotel parking lots are filling up and tour buses and constantly on the street.
This past weekend we checked out the Wilmington Island Farmers’ Market. It was opening day and pretty busy. There was the usual farmers with their fruits and vegetables; as well as vendors selling baked goods, honey, and crafts. They also had a face painter, live music, a bounce house, and food trucks. We ended up buying some cucumbers, broccoli, and strawberries. Josie had fun dancing to the music and got her face painted like a puppy. It was a fun couple of hours spent out of the house!
Sunday was a laid back day. Justin went to the driving range for a little while and then when he got home, we took the girls to the park. More kids showed up later and Josie had fun running around with them. And of course they all wanted Justin to push them on the swings since he can push so high! It always cracks me up the way kids gravitate towards him. I knew I found me a good man.
We were at the park as the sun went down and here’s a friendly PSA for my northern friends. Sand gnat bites don’t start to itch until like 24 hours later. I could feel myself getting bitten but the only evidence was small red spots. No itching at all. All of the sudden Monday night I was itchy and had welts like mosquito bites! The more you know…
Well I feel like I had more to say but at the moment all I can think about is getting some things done before Jillian wakes up.