Sunday, July 25, 2010

Sundays in My City

Unknown Mami

My oldest and dearest friend (from 1st grade!) came to the Cape this week with her 2 kids. They live in Indianapolis, so we had to show them some good'ole Cape Cod "country" living.

M took a ride on one of our horses...

B and C ham it up for the camera...

K and M are looking cool in their shades....

C was concentrating very hard on his sandcastle building...

Melissa with her kids at the Fish Pier...

Melissa and me not looking a day over 21...

Happy Sunday everyone!

11 comments:

Tara R. said...

NOT a day over 21. Glad you and your friends had a good time. Looks like you had wonderful weather for their visit.

Eva Gallant said...

great photos! How nice to visit with old friends. I have a bbq this coming weekend with a group of my high school classmates....it's been 47 years since we graduated!

Adoption of Jane said...

1st grade!!! Thats awesome! Glad you had a good time... adorable kids!

BLOGitse said...

What happened to my comment?
I'll check later if you got it...

Heather said...

it looks like you guys had a blast! :)if you ever come out here to visit her, you'll have to let me know! :)

Joanna Jenkins said...

Friends since 1st grade! Oh fabulous is that! Glad you all got to spend time together. And I totally agree-- Not a single day over 21!

Happy SIMC,
jj

SurprisedMom said...

Wonderful photos! The kids are cute and you're right, you and Melissa don't look a day over 21! It must be all that beautiful sea air. It does look like everyone had a great time.
So, if I came to Cape Cod, would you show me some good 'ole Cape Cod country living?

Lee Ann said...

There is nothing like enjoying the company of old friends, looks like you had lots of fun x

Unknown Mami said...

Are you kidding me? I was going to say you guys looked 18. I'm glad you got to spend time with your wonderful friend.

Raymonde said...

Oh, it looks as if you had a real good time catching up. Thanks for sharing.

Have a great week. xxx

qandlequeen said...

The photo of K and M is frame worthy! That is just pure happiness right there.