I’ve collected a few photos in the last couple of months that I’d like to share . . .
First of all, here's a pic of Kari visiting Grandpater Spence, who unfortunately fell and fractured his hip on February 25th. This photo was taken on March 4th in the rehab facility. Spence was 99 in November and is sharp as a tack. He'll be returning home after his rehabilitation.
Outr family is never complete without photos of our pets. This is Eleanor (Roosevelt) in February
This is Ginger Duane with a new hairdo
And, of course, this is Midnight Lace (Lacy) - travel partner extraordinaire
Addison (22) takes a break from Teaching 4th grade in Colorado Springs to hit the slopes
Addison's 22nd birthday was in February. Her class was asked how old they thought Ms. Duane is:
Addison was selected from thousands of applicants to take a position with Teach For America - in return the Federal Government paid for her Teaching Credential and will pay for her Master's Degree after her two-year commitment is completed. Here's her class
Holland is #3 in the lineup of Kari's family. She recently returned from studying in Germany and has accepted a position as a nanny until next term as a freshman in college
Kari and Mimi (that's me) getting a pedicure in February when I flew home to renew my driver's license
The men in David's family: Big Sam, Little Sam and David. Now there's a group of long legs!
Here're David with Tate and Avery, two of the 14-year old triplets
I'd never thought of myself (5'7") as a shrimp . . .
The almost ever-present iPhone
Five of the 6 home at one time!
L to R: Spencer, Tate, Addison, Holland and Avery
Stay tuned for an upcoming visit with the Jeff Sherman family: Jeff, Alice, Malia and Samantha - This is one of my favorite, but very old (2009) photos of Jeff's family. Wait 'til you see how Malia and Samantha have changed . . .
L to R: Abby, Malia, Alice, Samantha, Jeff and Mimi with little Bella on Samantha's lap
Spencer, my youngest son, and his girlfriend, Rachelle in Greece. They're currently in Bogotá, Colombia
That's it for today . . . Happy Saturday!