The Neaveu's came to visit this weekend. Charley, Liz (my sister) and Gabey came to see us in Dallas this weekend. I took a bunch of pictures. Gabey's the star in most of them and I just have to share them with you.
This is Charley and Gabey... right before bed the first night. G's such a cutie!!!
This is me and Gabey. LOVE!
This is Me and Luke, my treeing walker coonhound. Ruby, the redbone coonhound is also in the picture with her devil eyes. This is not really related to the Gabey's visit but whatever.
Here is sister, Liz with the Gabe-ster wearing his monkey leash back pack going on. Ha Ha funny!
We went to Dodie's cajun restaurant on Lower Greenville for lunch Saturday. They have the best cajun fries with gravy (OMG!!!). My late good friend, Joey Larsen, turned my on to Dodie's back in the late 80's. It is so good and authentic Cajun food. It is as good as what you'd get in Baton Rouge.
Plus there are a lot of pictures and signs from the BR/ NOLA area to take you back home if you're a Katrina evacuee. Good stuff!
Gabey is eatin' a fry with gravy. Yumness!
This is the before picture of the 5 lbs of crawfish we ate.
This is the after shot. For the record... Liz and I ate 2.5 lbs and Charley ate the other 2.5 lbs.
Here's Liz showing off the finish. We ate it all. After lunch and a visit to the Farmer's Market, We took Charley to the house so he could study... We then took the Gabe-ster to the park to play. We went to Tee-Pee Hill at White Rock Lake. Little did I know in my 40 years of being on this Earth, Tee Pee Hill is really T & P Hill. Really??
Here's Gabe on the swing!
Liz and Gabey...
Back at the house, we were listening to 'A Prairie Home Companion' on NPR. They had some great blue grass music which Gabey loves. I got some great pics... but better yet, I 've got a great video... That I am having problems posting. It is coming tomorrow...
Gabey playing and dancing...
Charley having dinner after his study session...
Gabey looking good!
Nite Nite! Time for bed. We read a book together and we put him to bed. They left this morning. I loved the visit and the photos don't do the visit justice! All I have to say is... 'AWWWWWW'