Sunday, August 8, 2010


Ah, what a wonderful few days I had this week with my daughters and their families. My daughter, Eleni (from South Carolina) , and her two children picked me up on Monday and we traveled to Nashville to spend a few days with my daughter Anna Maria and her family.

Of course, no visit can be complete without shopping with daughters and granddaughters, of which we managed to do quite a bit!
At the end of one shopping day, we took a trip to the Frist Museum. Our reason for going was to see "The Golden Age of Couture" exhibit, featuring couture clothing from 1947-1957. It was quite remarkable. I have to admit that I even remember a lot of the styles. Oops, I guess I'm giving away my age!

While there, we also saw the Chihuly glass exhibit which was breathtaking.

Oh, and I guess I must mention that on our way in to the museum we dropped off some artwork of granddaughter Juliana's that will be on exhibit there as part of a Nashville wide student competition exhibit.
I tell ya' that girl is so talented!
And get a load of this -- SO FUN: She gave her cousin a hair cut, right in front of the painting that her mom did several years ago of her aunt (mother of the cousin getting the hair cut) braiding her hair.

Ah, from one generation to the next.
But, really, would we have it any other way?

1 comment:

Jan said...

Oh Mary Lynn, what an awesome photo; and "no, I don't think we'd have it any other way :)" Your "Sand Box Quilts" below are precious!!! The children are gonna love them :)