My Vacation in Georgia: In a Nutshell of Pictures

I will just start off right now with a somewhat half-hearted apology for the copious amount of pictures. I tried to narrow it down, I really did! LOL! Are you ready? Here we go!

The day before I left, I cuddled up with my sisters and watched the last part of EMMA by BBC. Some much needed girl time was in order considering I was going to be gone for just over a week, which has never happened before. I missed them terribly. . .

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Day one after arriving at my dear friend Julia’s house, we did some sewing, shopping and general hanging out. Open-mouthed smile

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We were preparing banners for a tea party Julia had planned to host while I was there. We had such fun. (which I am sure you will hear me saying quite often)

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Also during my trip I got to go to Chik-fil-a. Darlings. . . it was so good. Just amazing.

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Shopping of course, because, what else can you do with your best friend?

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I captured this beautiful sunset. . . swoon.

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We went to Callaway Gardens!!! I got to see some of the most glorious creation on earth! AND MOUNTAINSSSSSS!!!!!!! Living in Michigan, we pretend big hills are mountains. I actually got to see the real deal. They are gorgeous!

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The chapel was gorgeous! I wish I could have sung something in there. The acoustics were amazing, but there were other people.

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Sewing some more. . .

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Morning Selfie before a big day of FUN!!!!

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Cupcakes with a friend that I got to meet in person for the first time! Such a joy!

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The tea party décor!!!

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It turned out so lovely, like a garden party out of a dream!

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The birdbath was begging to be filled with flowers!

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My party dress near the flower bedecked picket fence!

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THE FOOD. We just can’t even talk about how good it was.

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The gorgeous tea cups! Such vintage loveliness!

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I experienced many firsts on this trip! My first Crispy Crème donuts. Yes, they hold up to everything I have heard about them.

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I watched my first Pride and Prejudice Movie!!!! The 5 hour long one of course. It was great!

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All too soon, the flight back! For the first time ever flying, the sky was clear and I got to see the ground below! Never ceases to amaze me despite the fact that it made my head swim. Open-mouthed smile

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And the sweet relief and awe at getting to see my home lake from this far in the heavens. Lake Michigan never looked so amazing! I could even see waves people!!!!!

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That was a quick round up of my favorite pictures from the trip. Of course we did so many other things that I could never have time to mention them all. It was such such fun and a delight to spend that time with my sweet friend Julia. Even if I did miss my family A LOT. I have been told by my sisters that I am never aloud to do that again. LOL! We will see. Open-mouthed smile

Being in Georgia was such a gift. A gift from God in so many ways I can’t even begin to tell you them all. I will cherish the memories for years to come!

Have you been on vacation? How was your spring break?

By God’s Grace,

Victoria

25 thoughts on “My Vacation in Georgia: In a Nutshell of Pictures

  1. So much fun! Oh my goodness, you’ve never had Krispy Kreme?? 😉 I’ve never seen the five hour version of Pride and Prejudice. The tea party looks so lovely!
    Blessings!

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  2. Lovely pictures, Victoria! I love lots of pictures, and yours were amazing, so don’t apologize for volume! 😉 The five hour Pride and Prejudice is one of my very favorite movies.

    I won’t be going on another vacation until May, but I had a few lovely vacations last summer. The highlight was that I got to visit my own out of state close friend, who moved away several years ago.

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  3. So much fun!!
    My older sister just went all the way to Kansas for two weeks so I will have to sympathize with your sisters. 😉 Looks like you had a BLAST though!!!

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  4. Oh, that looks like a beautiful trip! I love all the little perfect details in your photos. 🙂 And Jane Austen… ❤ ❤

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