Georgette continues her catering to Andy, showing him sights throughout the Lone Star State. Supposedly, Andy is a good little armadillo. I hope he is able to behave himself when he travels abroad.
Please enjoy Georgette’s latest Andy update, and be sure to check out her incredible blog, too.
We left Houston and took off for Dallas in a driving Gulf coast rainstorm. 50 mph for a 100 miles or so put us behind and then we decided to stop in Corsicana. Just can’t pass up that Collin Street Bakery and all that marvelous fruitcake.
And this state is having a drought?
Corsicana, TX at The Collin Street Bakery
Just what I always wanted for Christmas!
Andy wandered off and we found him here
(Editor’s Note: Mmm… peanut brittle)
I know Mama Lenore, Aunt Kate and Judith would love some of these!
(Editor’s Note: Yes, Andy. You’re correct!)
okay, okay we’ll stop here, too!
Yes, let’s stop here. What’s another hour that we already lost for daylight savings?
Uncle Rick always says something like “Woo-op” and “Gig’em”
The Easter Bunny is coming soon.
Andy hasn’t met a stranger yet.
Is this bull ridin’ or a piggy back ride?
Thank you, Georgette! Andy is lucky to have you as his personal guide and chauffeur.
Next week, we’ll hear about Andy’s country adventure and his encounter with a gator! Hope to see you back here next Thursday!
30 thoughts on “Andy Armadillo: His Texas Tale Continues …”
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I commented to Kate what a heavy little guy and promised to put him on a diet. Oh dear, didn’t happen on this trip. He got into everything sweet.
hee hee hee…
Um, Yes. Aunt K8 would love some. Nice pictures. I thought Andy was going to be doing some dieting while in Texas?
Yeah no – the weight-loss plan is out the window with all those goodies surrounding him. He’ll have to lose the weight during his flight to NZ.
Maybe Aunt Georgette can pack some goodies (I mean, of course celery sticks and baby carrots) in his box along with the bubble wrap?
Looks like Andy is on a roll!
You know… ’cause of the rolling into a ball?!
Eh. Sounded good in my head.
Hahahahahaha! That was a good one, SIG. In your head and out. 🙂
This one is among one of the most creative post, I have seen till now. Great great job Lenore. After travelling so much, I hope Andy must be very tired and taking a nap now. 🙂
You have to give credit to Georgette, Arindam. These are her words and pictures. I just provided Andy. 🙂 Thanks for the comments!
really cute! 🙂
He is cute, and Georgette is great at making him look even better!
Ooh yummy. For many years we purchased the Collins Street fruit cakes for Christmas gifts for friends here in NZ and around the world. And I had forgotten all about them until now. Thanks for reminding me.
Andy is a fearless little guy which is good because then I wont have to worry where Lotte and I take him when he comes to visit us. 🙂
Have you every had a Claxton fruitcake, Judith? Claxton fruitcake is made in Claxton, GA. My father-in-law swears it is the best of the best. Although, he is from south GA, not far from Claxton….
Good photos, and very cute. 😀
Georgette is a great hostess, Mags. Glad you liked it.
Looks like Andy was doing some sort of Sweets Pilgrimage. That’s my kind of, er, mammal? crustacean? rodent?
What’choo talkin’ ’bout, Peg-o? Andy is not a rodent. He is a lovable mammal, just like you and me. 🙂
Please extend my apologies to Andy for the unintended insult.
He said you had to send me chocolate to prove the sincerity of the apology.
I think ole Andy might need to make a trip to the Great Lakes State 🙂
What a fun post … MJ
I think Andy would love that, MJ.
Oh, MJ – I’d love for him to visit you. Can you wait until late May early June? The ‘dillo is in d’mand.
of course – summer is better 🙂
What a hoot! Andy is adorable. Thanks to both Lenore Diane and Georgette!
Thank you for visiting, Elyse.
Okay you two…sharisies! 😀
Andy looked especially happy in the midst of the candy store. I think I saw his smile broaden a bit.
I thought so, too, Patti.