Saturday, April 12, 2008

Crawfish.......
We had such a wonderful week in New Orleans and enjoyed tons of fabulous food thanks to Ms. Susan! I successfully stuffed myself silly. You would have thought it was Christmas or something at the amount of food we consumed that week. I didn't eat for 2 days when we got home!
Somewhere amidst all the craziness Jon and I found a little time to go on a date and eat some more food! We enjoyed a wonderful quiet evening at Commanders Palace in the Garden District which is one of the most famous restaurants in the city (to tourists and locals) and it got a total restoration after Katrina and is more beautiful than ever.
On Tuesday night Mr. Ronnie's side of the family came over for supper and we had a wonderful time! It was so good to see everyone again.

Uncle Mike and Audrey



Jon's cousin Amanda's little girl Caeley and Audrey




MaMaw and the twins


On Wednesday night Ms. Susan's side of the fam (from Hattiesburg, MS) come down for supper (I told you we ate a lot!) and again we had a blast! Thank you everyone for making that trip to come see us!




Sydney,Harrison,James,Mary and Rachel


Audrey FaceIt took forever to finally get a good picture of all the cousins because Harrison kept falling asleep!! Bless his heart, he had such a good time that week!!

Left to right: Isabella, Hughston, Harrison,Sydney, James,Mary,Rachel,Aubrey,Dru and Audrey










Uncle Tony, Audrey and Jon











4 comments:

Bizz said...

To tell you the truth- I have NEVER seen crawfish most less SO MANY! (I guess that shows my FL roots)

I can tell that a good time was had by all because EVERYONE is beaming from ear to ear!

....Still can not wait to hold those precious babies!

su said...

Wonderful pictures, commentary, and memories. Thank you, Amanda! It was lovely.

Kelly Spezzano said...

What a table spread! I have seen shrimp boils similar to that, but I, too, have never seen so much crawfish! (It must be a FL think Brit) :)

Looks like you all had a lot of fun!

Becky said...

Now that's more like it...