Thought I would re-post this in honor of my Mom and grandmothers. I begin thinking about some things I learned from my grandma. Put God first. Family is important. That I was loved. There is no doubt that Grandma loved me. She also shared God’s love with me. Respect and take care of your elders. … Continue reading Mother’s Day Re-Post: Lessons I Learned from my Grandma.
The Big Guy has a great sense of humor. He always finds way to make laugh. These are shots from a photo shoot in 2006. The goal was to get photos for the Christmas card. Well, the Big Guy had to just be himself.
The Big Guy and I moved to Florida in July of 2003. This would be the 1st Christmas of what would become an annual trek for the next several years. I don't know if Texas was that much colder in December 2003 or if we were just not used to the cold. It was in … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Christmas Break 2003
As I was digging through TDZ archives I found a video I posted of Dancing In the Minefield's by Andrew Peterson. The imagery of dancing in a minefield triggered something else in my chaotic ADHD brain -- one of the relationship options on Facebook is "It's complicated." I don't profess to be a relationship expert, … Continue reading It’s Complicated
Origanally posted Jan 6, 2008 after my Grandma passed away. I am blessed to have had 4 grandparents who took time to teach me some of life's most important lessons. All of my grandparents left a legacy of faith, family and love. Family is important. That I was loved. There is no doubt that Grandma … Continue reading TDZ Retrospective: Lessons I Learned from my Grandma.
One of the most important things for me about Christmas is spending time with the family. This was taken at my Grandma's in 2004.
As a child, I enjoyed spending time with my Granddaddy C. He was my hero. Even though he died shortly before my 10th birthday, I was able to spend a lot of time with him. During my preschool years, I was able to spend a week with my grandparents every couple of months or so. … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Granddaddy C