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Friday, September 07, 2012

iPhone-o-Gram! Lunch with my Boy!

I've made it to South Carolina and have had a great BBQ dinner with the guild girls and those who have traveled in from out of state for tomorrow's workshop!

One of the benefits of driving this way is that I get to stop and love on my eldest son. Jason will be 29 in November. How did that happen??

We enjoyed a lovely lunch at Pawleys Front Porch in the Five Points area of Columbia.

I'm not sure what was on his burger but I think it had burger, egg, ham, cheese, tomato, lettuce and onion. But look at this thing!!

As for me, I had good ole SC style fish tacos. You see, I was trying to save room for tonight's BBQ. Lol.

I failed. Miserably!

But I did get a drive by pic ((sort of)) of the state Capitol!

We are headed back to Sally's house to go feed the horses. Horses! Someone pinch me. I think i've died and gone to Tara from Gone With The Wind!

Tomorrow? Smith Mountain Morning class!

Night, Everyone!

14 comments:

  1. It sounds like your having a blast! Food looks good and who could possibly resist having a chance to spend time with one of their children? Hope your entire trip is as fun as this one day looks :)
    andersonmallorie@gmail.com

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  2. I think that burger comes with age restrictions. Over 40 and they ask for your medical insurance ID, ha, ha.

    Isn't it great to spend time with your adult kids!

    Have a wonderful trip.

    Gail :)

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  3. I second Gail's sentiment about spending time with our adult kids.

    I still have three at home, only one of mine has flown the coupe, but I already enjoy spending time with him when I can.

    ENJOY your weekend.
    Paul

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  4. My boy will be 36 the end of the month. NOT possible. That's quite a burger & fries your boy has there....hope he was REALLY hungry.

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  5. My younger child is a boy, now age 23. Don't know where all that time has gone. He's fun to hang out with, too.

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  6. Anonymous9:54 PM EDT

    My son turned 48 this year! I see him daily! And love it. Our daughters (3) live here too!

    Glad you got to see your son and spend Mom time with him!

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  7. How do you get your mouth over a burger like that??

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  8. What a perfect time, hugs form and for a son, soft noses to pet and looks like great weather and of course all that good food. Enjoy have a great weekend
    Ingrid

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  9. AH Life is good! Doesn't it just warm your heart when you spend time with your grown kids? Life's continuing circle ;)

    South Carolina is a treasure! Love the Low Couontry cooking, and slower pace and the gentle drawls. Have fun - thoughts and prayers go with you.

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    JulieinTN

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  10. Anonymous5:38 AM EDT

    It has been about 4 years since I visited the US and I had forgoten how big the servings are over there. I have no idea how anyone can get there mouth around that burger but I have 2 son inlaws that I am sure would love to try. Great you had time with your son I have 4 daughters and 8 grandchildren all living near me which I love.
    Lesley
    Australia

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  11. Bonnie, you look like you have lost weight! Keep your fuel going so your energy cont.

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  12. We went to Pawley's Front Porch a few years ago (after seeing it on Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives)on a trip from Ohio to Charleston. My husband and son had a big ol' hamburger and I had the fish tacos! I showed my husband your post and he said "You quilters are all alike!" (And in many ways, he's right!)

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  13. Anonymous9:18 AM EDT

    That is some burger! Pawleys sounds like a great place to visit! Enjoy your trip! Joan

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  14. Awesome Lunch! My youngest DD turns 29 on the 10th! celebrate parent hood!

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