Sunday, February 17, 2008

Mt. Berry College

From snow to 60 degree weather. Now I remember why I love the South. Yesterday we played at Berry College in Mt. Berry, GA. Just outside of Rome, GA. This is the largest campus (acreage-wise in the US)! It was beautiful. Olive is now pointing and waving at every stranger she sees until they look her way. She then wins them over by laughing like they are the funniest person ever. We're in route to West Palm Beach, FL today and play there tonight. Olive is enjoying old Popeye the Sailorman cartoons and an old 1970's Sesame Street video called " Sing Yourself Silly" to pass the time on the bus. If you haven't seen this one, I highly recommend it. It's the one with James Taylor, in his early 30's, singing his "Jelly-man Kelly" song. Shane and I have the entire video memorized and love the songs:)


John and Natalee Warren said...

Glad you are blogging again...and I'm sure Olive is stealing everyone's attention- she is so stinkin' cute! Hope you are doing well!

Little House in Grand Prairie said...

miss you guys here in GP!
safe travels, and hope to catch up soon.

Dawntoya and Adam said...

That face she is making is classic. Whats up with the "throwback" videos? Sounds fun.

Cute Card Queen said...

Hey!! I have missed your blogging- its the only way I can keep up with you!! Olive gets cuter by the day! It was so fun to see Shane last month but I wished I could have seen you, too!! Hope to talk to you soon!

Liz said...

thanks for your kind words!
i've missed reading about you guys and Olive!
so glad you are writing more.
She is just too beautiful for words!
hope you guys are able to get a routine going on the road...i know its hard. she seems to be easily adaptable and likes i know that helps.
maybe we'll see you guys GMA week?
if you come, I hope you bring Olive (I'll help you with her if you need you can go to interviews with Shane)
blessings to you guys!

Mommy Dot Com said...

I'm in GA so you weren't too far from us. I'll have to make it over there one day b/c it looks beautiful.