Nice to see you big guy!
Traditional Breakfast stop - The Waffle House.. Gotta get me a fix of the GRITS (Dawna where are you when I need you?!!) My sister Dawna, Diane's daughter from Florida made me my first grits. It was love at first bite. Now I get them only once a year in Missouri. I am sure I could scout some out here, but it would not be the same as a midwest or southern cook!
Okay, now we are talking! Chik fil A! The flash cook the chicken in peanut oil. (until Conrad gets re-tested, he eats the grilled cheese)
They have only one of these in Washington State by my research, it is on Western Washington U campus in Bellingham. We have talked several times of trekking up there... Never get to it. I think we are afraid to be disappointed that it is not there or closed, etc.. The chicken sandwiches are addicting. So every Christmas, one stop for sure.
Karin's impossible pumpkin pie. Yummmm!
Scott and baby Lilly. Scott's niece Katie's brand new baby girl. What a sight. Check out the little booties. Precious. He is happy here, but I can tell he was a little awkward and stiff as a board not wanting to disturb the baby.
Nice wreath. A gift I gave this Christmas was the glittered deer ornament that she placed inside this wreath. Looks great!
Not in the mood aunt Kim. Someone was tired,
Missouri Museum grounds
This picture bummed Scott out as we did not get a chance to get to IMO's pizza this time. Next time IMO's, watch out we are coming.
The grounds of the Museum again.. Love the statue.
What would Missouri be if Conrad could not visit the world famous "Bigfoot"
I love how this picture turned out.
Santa says hello and goodbye on Charlene's door.
Missouri is always fun and full of traditional goodness that never let's us down. We are always filled with the warmth of Scott's families hospitality, love, and kindness