Monday, April 25, 2005

Close-Up at Six Flags


Close-Up at Six Flags
Originally uploaded by tabita.
Rebecka and I went to Six Flags over Georgia this weekend. It was a blast. I wasn't quite sure how she would react and the first Roller Coaster wasn't exactly a good way to ease into it (more like being thrown into it). But... Rebecka's reaction was: "That was awesome!!!!!" And for the rest of the day we rode roller coasters - and pretty much nothing else.

We also got to spend some QT with my pal Steve. Lovely dinner and comfy couch... :) And breakfast at Panera, of course. (Come see me soon!)

Since Rebecka hadn't been back to Atlanta since she was around 15 months, I also showed her where she used to live, including Columbia Theological Seminary where Todd got his M.Div. She was mostly interested in playing hide-and-seek with Steve and swinging on the playground, but hopefully it was slightly educational... ;)

Fun and exhausting weekend - as a weekend should be.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Roligt att ni hade en så´n bra helg! Mamma

Anonymous said...

That adorable eyeroll is going to be your signature when you're famous, Rebecka!

AnonD

katie said...

word to that. It gives Rebecka that certain "je ne sais quoi"...

Anonymous said...

"je ne sais quoi"? I don't know what that is.

:-) (Haha! I slay me!)

AnonD

Tabita said...

The eyeroll is one of the many adorable features she has inherited from me... ;)

Anonymous said...

Yeah. Right. I've known you for over 11 years and I've *never* seen that eyeroll from you.

That's all Rebecka!!

AnonD

katie said...

trying to take credit just b/c you're the parent!!
;o)
hee hee

Tabita said...

hey!! ask my husband... ;o)

Anonymous said...

A little sad, isn't it, Katie--all her metooing?

AnonD

appwiz said...

Is that Fluffy, disguised as AnonD?

Fluffy said...

Nope, that wasn't me. Just goes to show you that I'm not the only one who knows the truth about Tabita's narcissism. Even in a picture that has TWO people in it, Tabita manages to find a way to steer the conversation back to herself.

As for the picture of Rebecka rolling her eyes, what do you expect from such a good kid who is forced to endure a full day with Tabita? It's too bad I can't roll my manufactured, stuffed-animal eyes at Tabita. I would be so busy rolling them all of the time that I probably wouldn't be able to see straight.

Tabita said...

For all you know, there could be an eyeroll behind those shades... ;)