Monday, July 19, 2010


Sunday afternoon at the Olive Garden. L to R: My wife and me, our two youngest, Mom & Dad.


Carletta said...

I guess my invite got lost in the mail! :)

imac said...

I reckon they all did
Looks as tho you all enjoyed the eve out.

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lime said...

aw, how nice to see all of you!

donsands said...

Yummy. Double yummy with family at the Olive Garden after church, no coubt.

They really do have excellent sauces at Olive Garden.

Gaelyn said...

Oh that looks so good with family together. I'd have to drive hundreds of miles to find an Olive Garden. Love those bread sticks.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

This is wonderful Craver!! How nice to get together like thi. I will bet you had tons to talk about too. :)

Wendy said...

What a nice family picture!

Craver Vii said...

You'd probably hurt yourself from laughing too much Carletta. My siblings are straaaange people. ...But not me ;-)

The visit was relaxing Imac. It was a good time for my kids as well. I'm glad for that.

Unfortunately Lime, the older boy missed out on it, because he rushed off with his friends after church. It would have been better if he could have been there with us. Heck, it would have been better still if our oldest daughter (married and living in OK) would have been there, too!

Mmmmm... I had their Zuppa Toscana for the first time. Sandman my younger son tried the calamari, and enjoyed it... until we told him what it was. Silly kids. Mom and Dad are Roman Catholic, so they arranged to go to a mass, but also went to church with us that morning. I went to their church when visiting them in Florida, but didn't go anywhere on Sunday because a hurricane forced everyone to stay inside.

I like the flavor of their breadsticks Gaelyn, but since I eat bread by tearing a piece off at a time, I prefer something that doesn't have butter and garlic brushed on the surface.

It was pure joy just to be with them Joan. I hope we can arrange to get down there next year.

That was taken by our server Leeloo. We used my wife's compact point-n-shoot. I figured it would be cramped in there to lug around the camera bags. :-)

donsands said...

I'll pass the recipe on to my wife. I know she'll cook it up for us.

Fried squid is not yummy to me. Funny that, about your son.

Have a blessed and heart fixed on Christ kind of a Lord's day. His thoughts toward us are too numerous to count. Psalm 139 Amazing, isn't it.

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