9/2/13

Palmer Square and Princeton University


Last month my parents were up from Florida visiting, so we spent one afternoon in Princeton having lunch in Palmer Square and checking out all of it's darling shops.We then took the good old self guided walking tour through the university's campus.


That's my dad in the picture above. Good looking guy isn't he? In 2011 he was diagnosed with vascular dementia. I know how important to spend as much time as possible with him now as this disease will eventually take him completely away from me. I love him so much...he has always been, along with my mommy, one of my greatest cheerleaders, forever supporting me and cheering me on no matter what I chose to pursue  My daddy was always the guy who could fix anything, but sadly as this disease process progresses, he will gradually begin to have more difficulty completing the most simplest of tasks



We all enjoyed our little trip into Princeton. Palmer Square is filled with wonderful restaurants like Winberies, and the shopping includes anchor stores Brooks Brothers, J. Crew and Ralph Lauren.




Gracie with her grandparents. My mom is 85 and dad just turned 79.




I simply marvel at Princeton's amazing architecture every time I see it.



The last time we were here was in January, so all of the pretty plants and foliage were lying dormant.






My mother with Grace and my beautiful sister Kim. Three generations of lovely ladies!



I truly hope you are enjoying this extra long weekend with those you love.
XO
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11 comments:

  1. What great pictures and you all look so happy. I've never been to Princeton so the pictures were terrific.
    So sorry to hear about your father - sounds like a wonderful man. That disease is so terrible and I wish they could find out more about it and cure it.
    Have a great Labor Day.
    Mary

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  2. wow that is beautiful..love your pictures

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  3. You have a lovely family. I enjoy your blog. Have a great holiday.




    Shirley
    Atlanta, GA USA

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  4. Barbara, I'm so glad you got to spend time with your Dad and Mom. Gracie is certainly growing into a beautiful young lady and you're right, you sister is really pretty, looks just like you! Enjoy your time together, it really is important at this stage of life..Take care, Judy

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  5. Gorgeous Princeton is beautiful, love the stately buildings with the Ivy

    I'm inviting you to join us for Travel Photo Mondays, the link runs all week so I hope you can join us for the next installment?

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  6. What a beautiful campus (and I'm so glad your father was able to visit with you. It is a memory you and your your children will certainly cherish)! I loved visiting Princeton and marveling at the beautiful architecture. We also made a stop at a funny roadside attraction that commemorates the 1938 "Martian Landing" in Grover's Mill :) You can read more about it on Roadside America: http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/2749

    Stopping by from Travel Photo Mondays!

    Amy | Club Narwhal



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  7. Lovely post about Princeton and your family. Glad to see your dad out enjoying time with you. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. You've taken some really nice photos there. Very nice indeed.

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  9. I'm so glad you shared your visit to Princeton with us. it is a magnificent place. The grand architecture and ivy covered buildings instill the amazing history behind some tof the most outstanding universities in the USA.

    Wonderful to have you at "Oh the PLACES I've been!"

    - The Tablescaper

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  10. Beautiful post. Stunning photographs.

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  11. I've never been to Princeton, but I've always heard that it's a beautiful campus. Those ivy covered walls are showing me why it's called the Ivey League. The photo through the archways is my favorite.

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