Monthly Archives: June 2015

Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, and Moon Pies

Sunday our church had their annual patriotic concert to celebrate America. The program was a musical travelogue of American history presented by the 275 members of the choir and orchestra and included modern dance, clogging and recognition of all the … Continue reading

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A Man in the Making

Our number one grandson, Nathan, turns 20 years old June 26th. From the time he entered our life, he had a hold of our hearts. He’s getting ready to start his second year of college. We couldn’t be more proud … Continue reading

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Smith Family Reunion – The Whole Crew

There were 11 kids in my Dad’s family, six girls and five boys. Before Grandpa Smith passed away, we would have our annual reunion at a local park on Father’s Day. As you can imagine once those 11 started having kids … Continue reading

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Tribute to Dad

Happy Father’s Day Daddy. We love and miss you.

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Still Flying High

Sunday is Flag Day. On August 3, 1949 President Truman signed an Act of Congress designating June 14th of each year as National Flag Day. After 9-11 the flag was visible on cars, trucks, bikes, 18-wheelers and homes. Small flags lined the … Continue reading

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JUST DO IT

“A blog is merely a tool that lets you do anything from change the world to share your shopping list.” Author unknown. Until a blogging course was offered at a local university, I wasn’t a blog reader and surely wasn’t interested … Continue reading

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