Tuesday, April 12, 2011

I was so glad . . .

... I got to spend some time with Peggy's dear daughter, Elizabeth, today! (My twin Peggy died 22 years ago today.)

I was looking for a picture of Elizabeth and me together... and look what I found...
Little Caroline (3 years old at the time) took that picture last May. She asked us to make funny faces. I think we did!!

Here's a sweet picture I like of Peggy and Cap and Elizabeth years ago.
(I don't know what those numbers meant that they were holding up. ... but they must have been good numbers.)

Here's a fun picture of Elizabeth with Peggy's grandchildren, Andrew and Caroline (this was taken about a year ago)....

Here's a picture of Peggy's mother and daughter (taken last May)...
I think these are two beautiful -inside and out- ladies, don't you?

Here I am with Peggy's oldest, Cap, and his wife Lindsey (taken last August).
I love that I live close to them (they live in Dallas).

Finally, here's a picture of Elizabeth's family, right after Elizabeth had Anna (November 9, 2010).
I know. Who looks that good right after having a baby?
Well, obviously Elizabeth!!

It's been a good day today.

I am now in Oklahoma City for board meeting - minus Sam, who felt under the weather, so stayed home - and I'm settling in at the hotel.

Of course, I had to blog.

Of course.

(Take my poll, if you haven't already.)

6 comments:

Elizabeth H. said...

Oh I so loved it too!! Thank you for calling and meeting me at Joann's! And for brunch at La Mad. I love you so much!! It was very special to see you.

Nancy said...

I was thrilled that you were able to meet this morning, Elizabeth!!

I love you so much!!

Sara Elizabeth said...

I wish I could like this post.

I love it.

Audrey said...

I love this post...great pictures....so much love. Thank you nancy for being you. Have fun at the board meeting...tell those bankers how to do it! :)

Anonymous said...

Glad you and Elizabeth could spend good time together! And yeah ose are great pictures.

I also like that picture up in the header of you and daddy's "Nancy" and "Sam" mugs

Laura

Will Carmack said...

Great post! I think little Caroline is a natural photographer. She framed the shot well.