The first morning, we all gathered, and I served Turkish breakfast to them. Fresh stuffed buns (called pogaci), a cheese plate, fruit, honey butter, helva, a tray of jellies, boiled eggs, and of course, olives!
Later in the day, we took them on a tour of our beloved school. My folks have met Serdar Bey before. He is one of our dearest Turkish friends and has worked with us for many years now. Here are all the grandkids in age order. In case you are wondering, yes, we were pretty much like a tour group.