The Uzelac clan were reunited at the end of June. Nephew Ben is holding the drone control, which was awesome! We were all pleasantly surprised about the great accommodations that brother Greg found with short notice. My sister, Lynn and I were concerned about the laid back process Greg used to plan the reunion. We never should have doubted him! It was VERY hot during our stay, but we survived with the pool, air conditioning and lots of ceiling vans. Greg planned some fu
Mom, Dad, Mike and Greg enjoy shady porch at reunion. The porch was a great relief from the hot Georgia summer. This comfy area was a favorite since it overlooked the pool and had a ceiling fan to keep us cool. In the evening the popularity of this spot did not diminish. The set up afforded us to have conversations while also enjoying the outdoors.
Our boat ride with Chris and Kurt is a ritual for the 4th of July.. The Roeker family invited us "up north" for the second year in a row. Our breakfast pudgie pies are now a tradition. The boat parade is another annual event that we enjoyed with our red, white and blue. We hope the invite continues each year.
These two lovely ladies stayed back during the boat parade so they could cheer on the other boats. As the boats pass by each property, there is the common greeting and sometimes tossing of candy. Mertie is a special person in the lives of my daughters because she was their official day car provider for 5-6 years. Mertie is their second mom, which we are all thankful for.
My birthday was so special this year. The ability to celebrate with my family is certainly not typical, so it was that much more enjoyable. My nephew, Hayden, was in on the surprise and managned to keep me away until the surprised was revealed.