Terrifying. Utterly and completely terrifying. Looking back I realize where the family conversation was going, but I wasn't paying any attention in the other room. Maybe I should have.
After awhile I got curious. I think curiosity just might be the death of me. So I walked right up to the kitchen table to see what the laughter was about. Then I saw it. A yellow watermelon. I think I almost had a heart attack. Pink/red watermelons have always been what we bought. I had always heard about the Moon And Star variety, but I never dreamed of eating one!
I closed my eyes for the first bite. I kept them closed the whole time I ate it. Peeking once made me scared again. They said it tasted slightly different, but I think I was too busy making it pink in my mind that I didn't notice.
It was very good, but I don't think I can handle another one.
Maybe I'm dramatic...
Sunday, July 17, 2011
The annual Gibson/Hobson camping trip has happened yet again! Uncountable years of fun ever since I was a baby (or maybe before I was born, like I said, I basically don't know). Cades Cove has always been the preferred place of retreat, but we decided to get out of our 'set ways' and try a new campground in the Great Smokey Mtns. National Park. To everyone's tears and depression we had to cut the trip short 2 days :(. Sad, I know. But, ah well. We still had fun...bucket loads. Now. Since my motto is "a picture speaks a thousand words" I will start the slide show now:
Lillie, Grace Ann, Susan Liana, Molly Elizabeth, and Mary
Lillie, Molly Elizabeth, Susan Liana, Mattie Alice, Rebekah, Gideon, Grace Ann, and Olivia
Susan Liana, Clay, Molly Elizabeth
Molly Elizabeth, Susan Liana
Lillie, and Molly Elizabeth
Andrew, Clay, Benjamin, Gideon, Olivia, Susan Liana
Mary, Mattie Alice, Grace Ann, Lillie, Rebekah, Patricia, Jonathan, Molly Elizabeth