After seeing the Statue of Liberty, we headed for Princeton, New Jersey, to a friend of Mommy’s who very graciously let us stay the night at their lovely house.  It takes a brave person to let 11 people come over and stay the night 😀  The house was just beautiful, as you will soon see by the pictures!


This is the main ‘entry’ or hallway when you first come in the door



Looking the other way down the hallway…



We gave them a little ‘concert’ and sang a few songs for them.  Cassia loved their grand piano 😀




Leah with the violin, and Jessica with the dulcimer, playing “I Will Live For You, Jesus”


Anna made a new friend 😉  Anna, Bekah and Charissa had fun playing with their girls.


Their nice big kitchen 😀


{More pictures of the entry}



We liked how they had the pots and pans hanging on the wall




The lamps looked old fashioned–and we love old fashioned things!


We thought about visiting Jonathan and Sarah Edwards’ graves, but it was so rainy the next morning, we decided not to go.  It was neat, though, to think that we were so close!  Maybe another time 🙂

Thank you to the W. family for letting us stay with you!  We muchly enjoyed it!


Tomorrow we’ll tell you about Philadelphia 😉



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4 thoughts on “East Trip: Friends in Princeton

  • September 26, 2011 at 4:56 pm

    looks like fun! I was just thinking about PMing you and saying that you needed to post! I miss you all like crazy cakes 😥

  • September 26, 2011 at 5:57 pm

    Oh, that’s such a pretty house! I would love to hear you all play/sing…. would you ever concider doing a “blog concert” for us?! 🙂

    • September 26, 2011 at 7:34 pm

      Hmmmm…that’s an idea 😀 We’ll have to work on that one 😀 Thanks for the suggestion 😉

  • September 26, 2011 at 6:36 pm

    beautiful house! perfect mix of old and new 😀


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