Today is my last week day of my spring break for this year. ( I know those of you that don't get a springbreak, don't feel sorry for me). When I begin school on Monday, I will have 7 weeks left. This week has made me wish for summer break even more, especially since it's been such nice weather. My spring break began last Friday, I headed up to Greer. Kevin had to work, so we drove separately and he was about an hour behind me. Saturday, we got together with Keith, Felicia, Emily, and Papa. We grilled out hamburgers, had homemade potato salad and homemade baked beans. It was delicious! And I made a homemade pound cake for desert (thanks to my cousin Beth for her delicious recipe). We were celebrating April birthdays: Keith (April 10th) Kevin & Emily both (April 15th). Emily turned 13 this year, so she is now officially a teenager, look out world! We gave her some zebra print with hot pink outline luggage (she is all into everything zebra and hot pink) and she said that she was ready to take a trip to Paris with her cool new luggage. Sunday, we went to church, I got to sit with Lindsey, Tim, and Lindsey's parents. It was nice to see them for a little bit. Then we headed to lunch at my aunt Ann's house. We have always had Easter lunch at her house. Kevin headed home that evening and I stayed until Tuesday, then came home. I had some errands to run (I had some birthday shopping to do.) Kevin's birthday is the 15th of this month and my sister-in-law, Heather's birthday is the 18th, and her son, my nephew, Geoffery's birthday is the 19th of this month....so April is a busy birthday month on both sides of the family. And if my grandmother was still alive, her birthday was April 1st. Monday night, my parents and I met my aunt Susan and uncle Dan for dinner. So I was able to see the whole family just about this past weekend. Wednesday, I went to Augusta with Mrs. Katie and Tori to do a little shopping and stuff. And no, I didn't see any pro golfers, we stayed away from that side of town. We have red strawberries now. Not on all the plants, but we do have a good many starting to come out. They are so sweet too! Soon, we will all have to be out their picking them.