However, if you're involved in ministry then, you know how challenging it can be to plan a vacation. Missing church on a Sunday is a no-no especially when like my husband everything that he has worked so diligently for culminates on this one day alone. Getaways (at least on the weekends) can easily and quickly take a backseat to ministry. Lucky for me, my husband is a man who knows his priorities and makes every effort to create balance between ministry and marriage.
This year for the first time since we've been married, Spring Break did not coincide with the week of our Easter festivities. Therefore, we decided to take advantage and plan a little getaway. My hubby took me to a magical little town in Georgia a.k.a. Savannah. Our time there was refreshing. We enjoyed good food, rest and relaxation, beautiful weather and quality time together.
Our first day in Savannah. These stairs were located near The Savannah Riverfront.
Dinner inside The Olde Pink House. Thanks again for the recommendation Justin and Maricruz!
A close up of our dessert.
Sitting outside after dinner on the picnic benches just outside the restaurant.
Day #2The line to go inside Mrs. Wilkes'. We waited an hour and a half and as you can see we were in good company.
Sitting at the table with some locals and good ole' Southern food. Notice the smile on my hubby's face.
Enjoying some good music on The RiverFront. This is a picture of a local band playing some original Irish songs.