Sunday, May 10, 2009

Friday, October 31, 2008

Miss you

It's been awhile since anyone has posted and thought I would write a note to wish you a Happy Birthday Mom. I know its bright and beautiful in Heaven, but here is a little jack-o-lantern to keep you company and make you smile! I know how much you enjoyed getting all dressed up on Halloween. You are very much loved and missed! Love, Laurie

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

From Wendy

This was a great day it was on our annual girls shopping day, and it was a blizzard out all the stores were closing, but did that stop us, oh no! we were just laughing and plowing through snow to get to stores that were open this was a great day!
This has always been one of my favorites, look how cool she looks.
She was yelling at me about wanting a picture of me without a beer in my hand, so we put it in her hand.
This is one of my mom's favorites, Gram just jumped on top of us for this picture.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Hey Kathy remember this when we were kids

Remember one winter time when we were kids and Mom was hanging up Christmas cards in the living room. She was standing on top of Dad's big chair hanging up the cards when all of a sudden the chair and mom went down to the floor.You got so upset that mom hurt herself and I was laughing my head off. When Mom fell down she stood straight up on both her feet,it was so funny to see that. Kathy was so mad at me for laughing at mom.
All my love to you Mom...Brenda

Random pictures

I don't know why these pictures are posting this way. Maybe the tweaker can fix them. Anyway, here are some pictures that my mom and I scanned. - Christy

Friday, April 18, 2008


Awww...Sean, you're the first man to blog for Gram! It reminded me of another story of her. Whenever she talked about you, she told me how you look soooo much like "Doosie Howser." I would say, "Gram, it's DooGie Howser." She'd say, "That's what I said. Doosie Howser. He's so handsome." Well, Sean, or Doosie, I personally think you are much better looking than Neil Patrick Harris! She loved you like you were one of her own grandchildren. Love ya Gram!


Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Grammy was a wonderful woman that I will never forget. When I first met Jessica I was nervous to meet her family. Grammy was always smiling and welcomed me into the family from the moment I met her. She was the type of person that from the moment you met her you were a friend. I feel like there is a lot that we can learn from how she lived her life. She showed that she loved her family dearly and would do anything to help them. We love you grammy and we miss you.