Monthly Archives: November 2015

Two Peas in a Pod

My Mom and her sister Frankie were inseparable. Mom was the oldest and the more practical, logical one. Aunt Frankie was more of a free spirit and social butterfly. Together they were two peas in a pod. This picture was … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

Faye and Clyde (named after Ronny’s Mom and Dad) welcome the fall season with us each year. From their tree branch they have a front row seat to experience the ‘changing of the colors’. I always know that Thanksgiving is … Continue reading

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Frazzled

I had to giggle when I saw this picture of Daddy with some of his grandchildren. He looks like he’s worn to a frazzle, and the kids look like they’d rather be anywhere but there.

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Strike a Pose

My sweetheart had surgery last week. I took this picture before they shot him full of kick-a-poo joy juice (his words, not mine). Gone are the old, pale hospital gowns. His had little surfboard type designs in a nice blue … Continue reading

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Growing up Sarah

Our granddaughter, Sarah, had a birthday on Tuesday. What fun it’s been watching her blossom these last eight years. Her personality and style are definitely her own. One day she’s a fashionista who in an instant can become an actress, … Continue reading

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Nutcracker Prince

Woodstock Market had their annual window reveal Friday night to officially kick off the Christmas season. When they dropped the cloth, the window revealed the magical story of the Nutcracker Prince. Adults and children of all ages were mesmerized, eyes … Continue reading

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Saluting our Veterans

Walking down the halls of Indian Knoll Elementary School (where two of our grandsons, Collin and Garrett attend) you immediately know they are ready for their annual Veterans Day Celebration. Pictures of veterans cover the main hallway, some who still … Continue reading

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