Monday, July 20, 2009

The In-Laws Come to Pittsburgh

I know I'm blessed to have such wonderful in-laws. That's why I can never relate to "in-law" jokes. I actually love talking to my mother-in-law, Nancy on the phone.

That's one of the things that first impressed me about Jay and his parents. They have a great relationship. No, they're not clingy-have-to-call-my-son-everyday people, but they still keep in touch and care about what he's doing. And they accepted me into their family with open arms. I couldn't have asked for a better family to marry into. And for that, I know I'm blessed.

So last week when Jay's parent's came into town for a visit, we had a fun, fun time hanging out.

Like father, like son. Traveling wears you out. And Astin just likes to be where everyone else is.

They had never been to Fallingwater, so we drove out there on Tuesday for a tour.

We had lunch nearby at the Firefly Cafe.

Isn't my mother-in-law beautiful?

The next day we went out to McConnells Mills and took a hike.

We found this nice water fall. Nancy's taking a picture of it.

And then the hike kind of came to a dead end with the path going nowhere.

No worries. We walked back and explored the mill.

On Friday they flew back to San Antonio. Astin didn't seem too concerned about them leaving.

We did a little "photo shoot" before they left. Yeah, those are bunny ears antenna in the back ground.

They're fun people.

And still very much in love 34 years on.

Astin was still not worried.

Nancy's eyes are amazing.

I love my mom-in-law!

I can't wait to see them again...

1 comment:

  1. I did not know that Fallingwater was near Pittsburgh. That's pretty cool.


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