Silas popped in for a visit and they had some guy time behind the building where the event was held. Silas really loved sharing James' Mickey Mouse.
Clay's perspective of the event. Our table was directly in front of the doors and we saw a steady parade of people all day long. To those of you who came by - it was great to see you!
Students from all over the county performed all day long. They were all so good. I wish we had been able to get a picture of the little ones tap dancing - they did a great job.
Coweta Christmas, set up and ready to go. The space was tight but we all had such a great time, even with the pending car troubles! Thank you to all the educators who took so much time and effort to make this a great event.
This the newest addition to the family. Our sweet little Rhys. He was a pumpkin for his first Halloween.
Clay and Boomer. If you're from any where around Newnan you know who Boomer is. But, if you aren't familiar and are curious, you can find him here.
Clay and a fellow carver. This guy carves bark and is an incredible artist. You can find him, and his work, via this post.
The doughnut booth. If you're out and about at one of Newnan's events look for them. They are so good!!!
The Newnan Carnegie Library. Be sure to check their schedule of events, so many great things for the kids to do.
Clay also had a few weddings. This one was the wedding of my adopted, snotty, little brother Michael and his lovely bride Stacy.
A visit from Bailey - James was so glad to see her. They'd been partners in crime since they were born only a few months apart, more like siblings than cousins. He's missed her since her move this past year.