My sister and I met for our niece's wedding in Charleston, SC., and stayed in a rental home. For our first evening we walked several blocks and found S.N.O.B's (Slightly North Of Broad). The wonderful thing about Charleston is that you can walk to restaurants, sights, and stops.
We had the shrimp and grits meal and it was so fabulous.
Along the way we admired beautiful window boxes.
The rehearsal dinner was at Saltwater Cowboys. My niece, Maggie, is with me and my sister.
Here's Maggie, our brother's daughter, on her wedding day, which was at the most beautiful setting at a plantation in Charleston.
The tables were set so perfectly!
The newly married couple's first dance. You can get a glimpse of the wedding cake, to the right, inside the room.
At the reception, there was an omelet station and a biscuit bar, with spreads, and also fried green tomatoes.
Our great nephew, Carson, was all tuckered out!
The next morning, my sister, our great nephew, and I went to a restaurant that served the most delicious crepes. We shared a savory, egg, ham, and cheese crepe, and also a Charleston Crepe, which was raspberries, blueberries and Chantilly cream...so good!
What a fun time we had!
**An update on my grandson, Connor, is that he finished The Crucible. The boys then climbed the reaper, had chicken broth and apple slices, received their Eagle, Globe and Anchor from their Drill Instructor and transitioned from a recruit to a Marine. After that they had a Warriors Breakfast of eggs, potatoes, steak and chocolate cake!
Thank you for keeping Connor in your thoughts and prayers as he went through this. It meant so much for everyone to be rooting for him. Soon he will graduate from boot camp!
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