We have a lot to be thankful for, and we were thankful to be able to share the season of Thanksgiving in Pennsylvania with Elizabeth’s family. Though there were some sick family members, we had a great time catching up, fellowshipping, gaming, and reflecting on God’s goodness to us.
We visited extended family (Mama Maclay), saw old friends (Hardiskys and Mompers), and worshiped at the church I attended for much of my undergrad years (Hillcrest PCA). We also spent some time in downtown Pittsburgh – wandering through the uber-confusing Pittsburgh road system, riding the Incline, eating at Buca di Beppo’s, and hanging out in Station Square. The only downside to the weekend was that it was so short! Here are some pics from the weekend (most are courtesy of Mom & Dad Steele).
What a good lookin’ family…except for those two dudes on the couch.After Elizabeth played some selections for Mama, we all sang a couple hymns together. Mama with me and Elizabeth on top of Mt. Washington after riding the Incline. It was frigid up there. Didn’t help that I left my hat in my car.My desperate plea for a digital SLR camera. Pittsburgh skyline at night taken with our point-and-shoot (which is a good camera as point-and-shoots go).