End of the Year... Hopes for the New
I have I neglected my family posting this year. We have all had many changes, some happy, some not so happy, and some inevitable.
I am challenging myself to remember to post and take the time to visit some of my blogging friends to make myself relax from my hectic genealogy world a bit.
Thought I would share a few photos from this year.
|While daughter number 3 was here from California they had a cousins sleep over.|
|On Thanksgiving day, my beautiful mother-in-law , who was 93 years of age, left this world. I know I will see her again, but I am sorrowful for my own loss of her in my daily life. It was always so much fun sharing my genealogy finds with her.|
|Boys' not happy with taking pictures. :( 'tis normal.|
|The youngest son helped trim the tree. He spent 4 hours on Christmas eve getting the lights to work . |
This year we put my Holly Baby Angels on the tree for the first time since the Hero died. There is one for every child.
|My summer in Idaho. The oldest bought a 110 year old home. It is awesome. Inspired my son in law to put up his 'Ambassador' to Texas Flag he made.|
|My second daughter's new home. The light shinning through the trees looks like heavenly approval. I am their gardener now. :)|
|The first Squash plant to survive the Squash bugs. (don't like those.)|
|Granddaughter's first visit to the beach and I was there!|
|My first 2000 + mile trip all by myself. and! it snowed before I got back to Texas!|
Blogspot was doing something weird and I could not get the pictures fixed in the order I wanted... decided I needed to just post and not use as an excuse to procrastinate.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!