Meemaw & Peepaw Hutsell

We used to be known as Paul & Vickie Hutsell but since the grandchildren came, we are affectionately known as Meemaw and Peepaw Hutsell. Vickie works for Kauffman Engineering (formerly TM Morris Mfg) and Paul works at Matthew Warren and is music minister and executive pastor at our church: Calvary Union Church in neighboring Walton,IN. We love the Lord for His grace to us and we also love all of our little g'babies too as well as their wonderful parents.

Monday, March 02, 2009

Our Vacation

Boy did we have fun on our vacation to North Carolina to see Kris & Megan and their kids.
We figured it might be our last chance for awhile to get away so we took the chance.
Here you can see just how tough Isaac can be after losing his second front tooth. I tried to get him to growl, but this was as good as he could do while looking at peepaw.

What a pretty bunch of girls they have. smiles and all. They took a little prompting to gather this close to pose, but not much. They are all pretty close, in more ways than one.

Henry just doesn't get excited very easily. His chair seems to be his throne where he watches everyone interact. It helps when he has a few Cheerios to munch on while he observes the festivities.

I saw this shot but didn't realize how grown-up Emma looked until after I viewed it in the camera. One of us is getting old very fast.

This is for anyone who still does not know what heaven will be like. Two angels on my lap is a cool place to be.

We took a short day trip to New Bern to see the sights. One thing we did was visit an old fashioned ice cream parlor. It was decorated like a farm with a playground area made for the kids.

They charged over $2 per scoop of ice cream, so we found one item on the menu that was 8 scoops of your choice of ice cream with your choice of any amount of toppings for about $8. That was a bargain so we ordered that and I think the kids enjoyed it pretty well...

This is a Pepsi Cola museum, noted to be the actual building that housed the pharmacy where a man created a soda that eventually became Pepsi.

We also visited a place where you could paint or glaze unfinished pottery. This is Vickie's fish.

I painted a butter dish for Kris and Megan since they don't have one and have been shopping for one.

These are some other favorite pictures we took.

Like son....

like mother.

Marvin the cat even got into the action.

This a beautiful view looking out onto the Neuse River Inlet from Cherry Point's golf course.
We had a wonderful time and cannot wait until we can afford to go down there again.


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