Thursday, June 18, 2015

Myrtle Beach | 2015

Last weekend the girls and I hit the road to Myrtle Beach for a quick road trip to see the guys play against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans.  To make life easier on Maria and her sweet boy, I drove to Lynchburg and hopped in the car with her to make the trip down. 

We took the most beautiful route and wanted to stop at South of the Border, but decided it would be a tourist nightmare, so that didn't happen.

But we did see a pretty cool sunset. 

The guys got in super late really early Friday morning and slept till around noon.  Maria and I got up, played with the babe, got our workout in all before they woke up.  We decided to grab some lunch at River City Cafe and went to the beach for a few hours before the guys had to go to the field. 

D.J. was scheduled to pitch Saturday, so I didn't take the camera in on Friday. 

Friday after the game, we played mom and dad so Maria and Eric could enjoy a night out in Myrtle Beach.  Their little boy makes it so easy- he fell asleep on the ride home and went right back to sleep when we put in him the pack-n-play.  All babies are that easy right!?

He seriously did such a good job traveling down to South Carolina.  He watched lots of Sesame Street, took a few naps, and had some snack and was good to go!

Saturday we went to breakfast at Cracker Barrel with the guys and were planning on going to the beach again, but decided to take it easy in the room and catch up on some sleep.  

We walked around at Broadway at the Beach before going to the game at 7:00 p.m.

D.J. had a great game - 6.2 innings pitched, 4 hits, 1 run, 2 walks, 1 strikeout and got the win!


Whatever it takes to occupy a babe. 

We made one of the guys take a group girls photo for us since we never seem to get one all together! 

Seems to be a common theme on the blog lately - another awesome sunset. 

So thankful to be able to do life with this kid.

And the final picture of the trip, a group photo with the guys!

We got on the road Sunday afternoon around 2 and were hope by 7 to grab some groceries and wait for the guys to get in at 3:30 in the morning. 

I cannot begin to explain how thankful I am to be able to work remotely and see D.J. and the girls every day.  I'll catch you up on how working from home is going for me next week.

1 comment:

  1. I've actually been to that south of the border. It wasn't as bad as I thought. It's pretty cool actually: so glad that you are having so much this season.


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