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My Visit to L.A

I grew up in South Arkansas, also known as L.A.-Lower Arkansas. I took the girls there last week to visit my parents. We had a WONDERFUL and relaxing time. Friday morning we went to a local park. The girls loved the merry-go -round.
Saturday Morning Daddy took Emily fishing. My Dad has taken me fishing many times in my life. I LOVE to fish!!! I am glad Emily can enjoy this sport with her Daddy and Granddaddy. We fished at White Oak State Park. It is a great place to visit.



My Daddy caught a little fish.
The girls with Meme after church.

Comments

Tara G. said…
We're hoping to get back to the States this summer and spend some time with grandparents- 2x in a year is almost unheard of! I think it's wonderful you live so close and can hop in the car and visit!! Sweet memories!
Tracy said…
Looks like you guys had a great time!
Lauren said…
What a sweet visit and love the pics!! :)
Sounds like a nice weekend. Happy Memorial Day!
Sara Campbell said…
Your parents look great, so good to see them on here! Happy Memorial Day, love, S
His Doorkeeper said…
I remember taking my kids home to see my parents...some of the best memories...for me and my kids too!

Love the pics of your Dad taking Emily fishing!!
rae said…
I lived in Camden until I was 12, and my grandparents lived on White Oak Lake! I fished there many, many times. Thanks for sharing pictures!
Kelly said…
Looks like y'all had a fun time =)

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sanjeet said…
Looks like you guys had a great time!
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