As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. Joshua 24:15

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Wednesday's Walk Down Memory Lane

I wanted to explain the Wordless Wednesday picture. My parents have a little get away home in Smokey Mountains. My kids have been going ever since they were born and absolutely love it. One of our many traditions when we visit it to go eat at the Dairy Ace. The Dairy Ace is an old little dive that serves great hamburgers and ice cream. You sit at a oval shaped bar and the place only sits about 9 at a time. In the picture the kids are finishing off the ice cream cone that their Gdaddy bought them. Don't they look happy?! This is one of the many memories that I will cherish forever!
You can visit Lynnette Krafts blog here for more Wednesday's Walk Down Memory Lane.

10 comments:

Kristin said...

Precious!!! One of my fondest memories is of visiting my PaPa and he would always take me to get ice cream at the Dairy Queen in town, where he would go sit and have coffee with his friends. I was only 5 when he passed away, but I will always remember that special time with him.

Alicia, The Snowflake said...

Oh how fun! I love visiting the mountains. And the pic is a great way to capture the moment!

Daisigirl said...

That place sounds so lovely! I would just love to see the Smoky Mountains sometime! :0)

Tanya said...

Cute and they sure looks like they are really enjoying the ice cream. :)

momstheword said...

I need to break out some old pictures! When I was little I had all these things I wanted to do when I grew up. One of them was to work at Dairy Queen!

Paula said...

Sounds like a cherished time...

Lynnette Kraft said...

How quaint. Don't you just love places like that? The picture of your kids is great.

Thanks for joining us this week! :)
Lynnette

Patricia said...

The innocence of children enjoying a nice cold ice cream cone on a warm sunny day. Thank you for sharing this memory.

Sherry said...

What great memories! :D Something to treasure forever. :D

Aspiemom said...

That sounds like a fun place to go!

When we used to visit my inlaws we would always go to a little tiny place that sold homemade frozen custard. mmmm. Sadly, they don't live there anymore and it is too far to travel for just that treat!