Monthly Archives: January 2016

Dad and his Boys

This picture was taken in 1966, the year I graduated from high school. Being around all this testosterone could be intimidating. But I have to admit my brothers probably got the short end of the stick having a little sis … Continue reading

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Missing You

Tomorrow is my Mother’s birthday. Isn’t she beautiful? She was born in 1922 in the small town of Sulphur Springs, Texas. The Lord called her home at the young age of 79. I miss her every day. Happy birthday, Mommy.

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Tiny Little Kitchen

My Grandpa Smith is standing in the kitchen of the house that he shared with my Grandma and their 11 children. The house had one bathroom, two bedrooms, a formal dining room and a living room. After all the kids … Continue reading

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Hippie Van & More

After a couple of rainy, dreary days the sun decided to appear in all her glory. That’s all it took to get us out of the house. While window shopping in Woodstock, GA we came across an eclectic little store … Continue reading

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Tickle, Tickle

I’m not sure what my nephew is laughing about but I wouldn’t put it past my brother to have tickled him right before the shot! Being the little sister, I can confirm that he was good at the tickle thing. … Continue reading

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Fantasy in Lights

Over the Christmas holidays we took four of our grandchildren to Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, GA. Unfortunately it was a pretty nasty day as far as the weather goes but it didn’t stop us from having a great time. … Continue reading

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Men in Uniform

Watch out girls there’s a new guy in uniform on campus! Jacob (our 15-year old grandson) has joined the ROTC at his high school. To say I’m proud of him would be an understatement.  

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