Sunday, August 28, 2011

From long ago...

... here are some pictures I found recently ...
That's little Laura with her Aunt Peggy.
(I just love that picture.)
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This next picture is a little more recent...
That's Justin, Laura, Will, John and Rob... having fun at Nana's house.
(I think Justin and Rob were having the most fun.)
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Now here are Rob and Will on more equal terms...
(I love both of those guys so much.)
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Oh, here's one from way back at Christmas time, 1984...
That's little Elizabeth reaching out to 'Baby Will', as she called him.
(Sweetness, huh?)
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Well, I've had a bad cold (or allergies) or something... and stayed home from church today... but will listen to Rob's sermon online soon. (He preached today.) There should be a video of it tomorrow (or the next day, or the next) at fellowshipoftheparks.com. You go down to the bottom to 'For Everyone', then click 'Current Series' and you can click today's date (Aug. 27/28) (the Keller video or iTunes) with the title 'Communication'... and hopefully you can see it, or at least hear it.
Well, you could click THIS maybe and get there.
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In closing I'll leave you with a sign I found recently....
Isn't that great?













3 comments:

carisa said...

I love all the pictures you include. And your commentary. I feel like I know you better than when we lived in TX. And I like it.

Audrey said...

I love the pictures, they bring back memories. They grew up so fast, didn't they?

GREAT great quote! That is something I tried to teach when working with parents and teachers of special needs kids! Our attitudes, beliefs and judgements can sure impact others...especially the people closest to us. Much better to look for their strengths and in our love help them grow those strengths.

As always, another wonderful post. Love the picture of Peggy, so pretty.

Sara Elizabeth said...

I like the old pictures... they're fun to see...

What makes me sad though (and it's not your fault), but the vast majority of pictures of Peggy I've seen - she was always sick. That makes me sad.