I'm really glad we ended up going to the wedding because it was SO nice in every way and Grandma only improved while we were there. The ceremony was held on a beautiful lawn under a canopy of massive, ancient oak trees. The weather could not have been more perfect -- sunny and upper 70s. After the wedding was a fun reception at a swanky country club.
By lunchtime Sunday we still hadn't decided whether to spend the night in Savannah, but once we got on the road we decided not to. The weather had turned cooler, it was drizzling, we weren't sure Sunday night is the best time to visit anywhere, we both had stuff that needed to get done for work, and we were just ready to get home.
The trip back felt like it took forever. We read and talked and stopped for Cokes and Twix bars and listened to an outrageous number of CDs and I even tried (NOT very successfully) to get Matt to play games with me, but it was still such a long ride. The only highlight was that we were still on I-95 at dinnertime so we ate at the Cracker Barrel in Lumberton. Sunday is Homestyle Chicken day, you know.
So I added music to the blog. What do you think? Good move, or annoying?