Monthly Archives: July 2016

Leaving the Thirties

Matthew, our youngest son, turned 39 yesterday. Next year is the big 40. Enjoy this last year in your thirties my handsome baby boy. And while you’re at it, can you just hold at 39? That way I don’t have … Continue reading

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Sweet Surprise

As I left the house for my morning walk, Dreamer the frog greeted me as usual. He gives me inspiration that I can walk just a few more steps than I did the day before. What a sweet surprise I … Continue reading

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Family Friday: Keep on Dancing

My Mom (along with Dad) and her siblings were awesome dancers. I mean they could put Fred and Ginger to shame. This picture of my Mom and Uncle Son was taken during their annual New Year’s Eve party in 1977. … Continue reading

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Ferocious Frankie

In 2012 we took three of our grandsons for a weekend outing to Robbins Air Force Base. Ronny was like a kid in a candy store pointing out which planes were flown out of his base in Vietnam. The museum … Continue reading

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First Mode of Transportation

Do you remember when you got your first bike? Was it just the right color? Did it have a basket attached to carry all your goodies when you went to hang out with friends? Did it have fancy ribbons hanging from … Continue reading

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Put me in coach

From 1974 to 1975, Ronny coached a women’s slow pitch baseball team. They were called the Manetamers. Their ages ranged from 17 to 68. They all came from the small town of Little Elm in north Texas. Just a group … Continue reading

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Let’s Roll

On Memorial Day in 2009, we decided to celebrate the day by acknowledging the hard work of the firefighters and EMTs at our local fire station. The grandkids made their own personal thank you cards and I made a big, gooey … Continue reading

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Star Struck

Anybody remember George Maharis? He played Buz Murdock in a TV series that came out in 1960 called Route 66. It followed the journeys of Buz and Tod Stile, played by Martin Milner. It was one of the first TV … Continue reading

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Our Independence Day

Monday America celebrates her independence. Happy July 4th everyone.

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