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Sunday, May 18, 2014

My son Steven graduated from ASU with honors

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This is a smilebox presentation that includes pictures of my son Steven who received the "Outstanding Graduate Award" from faculty and students from the Herberger Institute for Design
and the Arts.

We were blown away of such an honor. We are praising the Lord.

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

We're Not There Yet

Most of my life was spent raising four sons. Then when my former husband died of cancer, I continued working and leading worship at a church in New Mexico. My sons asked what I would do after their dad died and I said I would continue doing what I've been doing.

After six years, I needed to find someone to share my life with. I asked a friend online where I could go. She said to try Match doctor online. So after submitting my information, I had several men interested that messaged me. Finally, a man from Texas who almost erased my emails started seriously writing me. He wrote long letters asking questions about my life and my beliefs which led him to visit me. It was a good visit and we found a great deal of similar interests.

We were married only eight months later. We immediately went to work at a mobile home community but that didn't last long. Soon we were looking for another place to live and hopefully work. We went to Page, Arizona where I used to live but the homes were too expensive. We loved the lake and went fishing there several times. Last summer, we both caught stripers.

A friend suggested we try another town that offered hunting and fishing in the area so off we went looking for a home. We found it. We've only been here for three weeks but I'm closer to my sons and grandkids which for me is exciting. We may go to my grandson's birthday this weekend and I've missed his other parties.

We aren't retired yet. So far, I've submitted my resumes' and applied online but no bites. It may take some time to find work here, so the locals tell me. In the meantime, I've visited several thrift shops, antique stores and tried to meet women who would like Avon which I've been selling as long as I managed the mobile home park.

I can't wait until we find a church here too. I miss the involvement with worship. The last church I attended, I led worship for over 8 years. The people there honored me with a farewell dinner, cards and good wishes. I am trying to get a newsletter out to relatives and the friends we left behind.  

Sunday, we visited a church and I found myself tearing up because I felt the Spirit of God moving in the place and my heart ached to play keyboard again and sing my heart out to the Lord. My husband doesn't understand this about me. I have to let him lead and so far we've visited two churches. There are 39 churches but he's interested in finding one that doesn't conflict with his background, his teachings as a Pentacostal believer.


Monday, January 27, 2014

Boy is it Quiet!!

 
We were so used to noise living in Gallup with planes and small jets overhead, trains passing by not too far from the house and people with their boom box speakers loudly serenading us.

In our new house, we can hear the crickets walk over the porch and it is going to take some getting used to. Now really, it is easy. Although we haven't found work, our day seems full with unpacking boxes, and fixing things up and trying to find places to put stuff. It will all work out though.

We still need furniture and recently purchased one of those stackable washer and dryer but after a week, it's screaming at us. Now we have to take it back and hopefully they'll find the problem. It was difficult to take out of the back of the truck but when we take it back tomorrow, we'll have it on the trailer. Poor Terry. He was going all over the place trying to get it registered.

One thing for sure, we both have our new licenses to drive and vehicles registered and took care of our voter's registration at the same time.

The boys all live in Phoenix and will probably being visiting us more often now that we are closer. One of my sons wants to come up and do some hiking with his wife and kids. Sounds fun and looking forward to the fun.



Sunday, December 08, 2013

Home is Where the Heart Is

What does that mean when home is where the heart is? To me, it means wherever my husband feels the Lord is leading him. I will follow him and know that the Lord is with us and that He has plans for our lives. It's not the place to just go hunting and fishing but it will be the place where both of us will grow as a couple and grow in what God has called us to do. 
 
He asked me a couple of years ago where I would like to live and I said Page, Arizona. There I had friends and a church that I could get back to. But for my husband, that was too far and he felt logically we should be closer to my sons and grandkids even though he has a son and grandchild still in Texas. I have been so far from my sons and wives and haven't been able to really be a part of their lives.
 
So, while talking with a friend, he suggested we go to Payson also in Arizona and check it out. Terry wants to be in a place where he can go hunting. Check. Also where we could go fishing. Well, the whole area around Payson is full of lakes and rivers. We visited a church there one weekend and liked the pastor of a United Pentecostal Church. There are over 39 churches there too.
 
Anyway, we found a house we both liked and knew that this is going to be our permanent residence. It was built in 1987 and although it's a doublewide mobile home, it doesn't look it.
 

We should be moved in either at the end of December or first part of January. I wanted to tell the boss that we were moving but Terry thought if we told them too soon we wouldn't be ready. We have spent this last month just packing. His thinking is that the company, being a corporation, may want us to leave our position as managers so they can get some other people in right away.
 
We live in a house provided by the company and haven't had to pay for our rent or utilities. People would say, why leave? That's a great position to be in.  Well, Terry hasn't been going to church with me since we were married over 4 years ago because it just didn't agree with his religious background, with preconceived ideas.
 
It's been difficult though, ministering in music at my church and not have him there to support me prayerfully. I accepted his decision to leave as I had felt I wasn't growing spiritually and not teaching kids, one of the areas I haven't been free to do.
 
My husband doesn't like clutter and has had a hard time dealing with the boxes piles all around. I remind him that it is only temporary. We still have to buy a bed and dressers. We don't even have that yet. We also have to buy a washer and dryer, perhaps a unified set with the dryer on top of the washer. We may not have a lot of furniture but the books, music and art takes up a lot of room
 
I'm anticipating this move and will be looking for work in Payson, clerical or administrative. My husband will be looking for work either in field service type work or appraisal jobs. He just can't take the physical work that was required as a manager of the mobile home park.

Twas the Night Before the Last Christmas


Friday, November 08, 2013

You have what it takes to sell Avon

You have what it takes to sell Avon: It's more than selling beauty. It's earning money by simply making connection and letting your personality shine. Learn more today.

If you didn't know by now on other social medias, I have sold Avon for four years now. I love the products, use them and share them with family and friends.

I wouldn't be without all the beauty products that for over 126 years Avon has been famous for.

Monday, August 12, 2013

Shop my AVON store! Really!

Shop my AVON store!: Here's a sneak peak at some of the latest products available at Avon. Be sure to click

Avon just introduced a Mega mascara...the biggest brush you'd ever seen and with an adjustable handle too.

I've enjoyed selling Avon for almost four years. I've tried to encourage women to sign on as Representatives because it is a great business for very little investment.

Wednesday, May 01, 2013

LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME


Three stripers caught at Lake Powell
Lately, my husband and I made two trips to Page, Arizona to look at housing and properties. We haven't settled on anything yet but we are in the market. His brother died a couple of months ago and he is strapped with the responsibility of handling the property that he and his brother and sister owned. So moving may be out of the question for now.
 
If and when we move the fact that we both love to fish and he likes to hunt makes the area intriguing. I used to live there and that's where I started in a worship team.
 

Lone Rock camp area
I still have many friends there at the church Faith Bible Chapel. Here in Gallup, the only friends I have are where I've been leading worship for the past 8 years. Recently, our friends from New Jersey moved here and that may open new doors for the friendships that both Terry and I need.
 
As a manager of a small mobile home community, I believe the Lord has put me here to minister to the tenants. Several times they come into the office just to talk or to pray with me.
 
Looking toward Wahweap Marina
There's no job service other than a county workforce office that doesn't counsel anyone or help people find work. They have a huge book for the locals to ponder over and a few computers. I don't think their office is of any use here. Employers are looking for people that their employees might know to hire and it's rare to find work. Several of our tenants live in other cities just to have a job.
 
 
 
 
   El Morro Theatre, Gallup, NM
 
 
 

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Last Years "Passion Live"

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This year we didn't do the entire play but portions, on Palm Sunday we did the triumphal entry and Wednesday, the Garden Scene and Crucifixion and on Easter we will be doing a skit and dance "By His Stripes" and the Resurrecton of Jesus.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

The Passing of Jesse W. King

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This slide presentation was made last Sunday after returning from my husband's brother's passing.
His name was Jesse Word King. We heard the news March 2nd and immediately rented a car and began our trip to Texas the next day. Terry had had surgery the 6th of February for rotator cuff and couldn't really lift his right arm but he was albe to drive a little. We stopped after driving about 10 hours and stayed the night in Carlsbad and on the return trip stayed one night in Truth or Consequences, actually it was in Williamsburg, outside of TorC.
 
We had tried to have a service at his son Jason's house where several people gathered to pay their respects. I finally was able to meet my husband's sister Doris. She and her husband drove from Indiana.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Taking A Look At 2012


Taking a Look at 2012

 

Ever since our family moved from Michigan in 1963, this nation has been splintered in location, within the family unit, with men’s philosophies, politics and from God’s commands. Many that read the Bible and study it know that Scripture repeatedly admonishes Israel and believers to not turn their backs on God.

God has blessed our nation in so many ways and out of it we have produced huge quantities of men and women educators, inventors, scientists, writers, musicians and every conceivable occupation. Since the computers came around, the occupations have tripled if not more. Instead of praising God for their accomplishments, society has only turned outward, to material things, to possessing things, to selfishness, to greed, to every evil imaginable.

By being splintered and transient, our nation, as a whole, has forgotten God and have replaced Him with their own thinking, philosophies, religions, accomplishments, self-emulation and so much pride in themselves.

We are looking at the end of times as we have heard in the pulpits and even those that don’t believe because things have gotten worse not better. Our nation which was founded on God and His commands and principals of freedom and liberty has turned that liberty into a political arena, with so many different views. We had two parties and now there are the Libertarians, The Green Party, Independents and probably some I’ve never heard of.

When our pastor tells us to vote for God, he is meaning the Godliest man and one with the most integrity. Integrity is a lost art and lost because of compromise. It comes with a price. Years ago a man’s word was all you needed and a handshake to seal an agreement.  But now, even an oral agreement is broken and written ones might as well be shredded. As a business person, I’m appalled at how people don’t do what they say. Since I’ve known the Lord, He insists on keeping our word, not to lie and to commit ourselves to the work at hand and not be slothful or reckless but always honest.

I came from a background of Christian believers and teachers and hard workers that cared about this nation and knew their vote in an election would mean something and would carry weight. Now we hear that the popular vote won’t matter as much as the Electoral College where the President will ultimately be chosen. This I believe should be removed from the Constitution. I don’t believe it is fair.

I fear for our nation that if we don’t turn back to God, persecution of Christians will be next. You may think, “Oh, that will never happen!” but it has happened in other countries and the rights of those who do fear God are in jeopardy. Many in this country are in the dark about what goes on in other countries where persecution exist all the time. I myself have experienced persecution on the job because I was a Christian and had strong beliefs.

When 911 occurred, we thought at that time something like it could never happen. Now with our involvement in other countries because of our greed and need for outside oil, we have become more of a policeman and have failed to protect our blessed land. Even with all the security measures which really need upgrading at the airports and all other transportation systems, we are vulnerable. But it’s not too late for America to turn back to God and seek His face and turn from our wicked ways.

Wickedness comes in many forms. It comes as we have compromised God’s commands, principles and precepts. We have forgotten to honor our elders, to obey the laws of the land, to uphold marriage between a man and a woman, to speak out against what is wrong, to speak out against abortion or the killing of generations. Many would say “now you’re judging” Well, guess what? When Jesus Christ returns to this earth to set up His kingdom there will be no room for the ungodly, the homosexuals, murderers, thieves, liars, gluttons and perverse  and the list goes on. He will judge the earth and the people that have not received and accepted Jesus Christ are judged already for not believing. Believers will rule with Him but believers are still not ready to rule.

I was told when I became a Christian that “Oh, you’ll go back to what you did before. Nothing will change”. I did change because my faith was as a little child and I believed that the Lord Himself came into my heart and I wanted everything He could give me including His Spirit. He forgave me then and now and continues to forgive all who will forsake their sins and serve the Lord. That wasn’t being selfish. It was what is expected. Jesus died that we can have life. He said He wanted us to experience His life and life more abundant. What does that mean? It’s a life with energy, power, authority, health, joy, a heart forgiven and the power to share that life with the world.

Christians that have suffered persecution all over the world and have died for believing will stand with Christ and come back with Him. Because of sin, the active and passive rebellion against God and Jesus, this world is coming to an end. The systems of this world are looking for a leader. They’re looking for someone to help them with the economic policies, their government and their lives. The world is getting ready for the Anti-Christ. Many will be deceived.

We all don’t want our nation to be destroyed but it is at the brink as Rome was. Who we vote for does matter. Make it a priority as this year is almost over. Learn what’s on the ballots. Find out the voting records of those that are running. You can do that by going online like votesmart.org and others. Don’t use the excuse “ I don’t know who to vote for”. Get involved and stopped being schlemiel.

 

©Copyright, 2012, Kathryn T King

Thursday, October 18, 2012

What A Blessing

September 24th a historical event took place. My husband and I now have a new granddaughter. Her name is Joyce and we are extremely happy to have girl in the family. I have four sons and two grandson and here came the surprise.

 
I remember my son calling me to tell me they were having a girl and saying "she's an answer to your prayers". My real concern was that the baby and mom would be healthy. The Lord is good. He has given us a special little girl that I can spoil a little. I had always wanted to share my dolls with my children, thinking I'd have a girl. Now, the dolls are gone and I'll have an excuse to buy one when she grows up.

 
    
 
In this picture, her brother tenderly holds her at the hospital where she was born. His eyes tell us that he will love and care for her as he has been cared for himself. His mom is a gentle and kind woman and I enjoyed watching her as she handled her son. Joyce will be a blessing to my son and daughter-in-law. My only regret is not living closer to my family. They are over five hours away. If we moved again I hope we won't be too far away.
 
I was able to be at the hospital and at my son's home for a week and hold her sweet little body. She has grown so much already and had an insatiable appetite after she was born. I pray that her brother will help his mommy and know that he too is very special to our family.
 
 
 
 


Friday, August 03, 2012

The Allergic Reaction Bah Bah Black Sheep Remix



Done by my son and grandson...didn't see it until today...very funny.

Monday, July 30, 2012

Our Anniversary trip to Lyman Lake

Terry and I camped out at Lyman Lake State Park in Arizona for three nights. It rained a couple of evenings and lightning could be seen surrounding my tent. I wasn't afraid though because they struck well over 5 miles away.

We took our kayaks out and pretty much went the entire distance from Rattle Snake point to the dam. I would go off by myself and enjoyed getting around and enjoying the vast scenery. Terry and I spent the entire day fishing and would take snacks with us and come back for lunch or supper.

One night we ate some of the fish we caught and Terry fried them with his special seasonings. He is such a fantastic cook.

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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Fishing in New Mexico and Arizona

Here is a picture of  a Muskie. In New Mexico and not too far from Gallup, there is a lake that is full of them. Too bad, though, we can only take home a Muskie that is over 40 inches in length. My husband went there not too long ago and pulled out several over 20 inches and some over 30 but not 40. He said he was trying for trout which also are in the water but every time he threw his bait in, wham! a Muskie would hit.

My husband Terry and I traveled north the Navajo Reservation and there are several lakes dried up or almost dried up because of the drought. We passed Red Lake, supposedly a 3 mile long lake, and it was dry. I mean there was not even any mud to be seen. We fished at Ganado Lake near Ganado and in one week the water level went down 6 to 10 feet in places. We thought it was unbelievable that the water went down so fast but the temperatures have been over 90 degrees.

We finally had a rain shower three days ago and it was wonderful. We hadn't seen rain or any precipitation since February. Several families at the park suffer from asthma and the blowing winds and dust have irritated them.

Yesterday, he went over to Ganado near the dam late in the day and caught several bass in a two hour stretch. He said they were practically jumping at him. The weekend before I managed to snag two bass and he a small catfish. He said they must be still spawning because there were several carrying eggs.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Passion Live 2012

This is a video, slideshow of pictures and clips I took during our Easter program this year.

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Wednesday, May 09, 2012

My Animoto Video

My Animoto Video

I made this for one of my daughters in law...for Mother's Day. Animoto have some great video backgrounds and music to go with your pictures or videos. Try it out. It's free for a 30 second video.

Monday, May 07, 2012

Shop my AVON store!

Shop my AVON store!: Here's a sneak peak at some of the latest products available at Avon. Be sure to click. We are now offering hair color in over 20 shades, baby clothes and shampoos, products for the home and of course Avon's famous skin care regimens ages over 30, 40, 50 and now 60 with the line of Platinum. You'll be surprised at how Avon has changes.

If you're interested in becoming an Avon representative, go to my store and go to the link.

Friday, April 13, 2012

The Not So Law Abiding Tenants

There are many people living in this mobile home community that love living here. Then there are those who consistently want to fan our fires.

We had an incident, ongoing, that hasn't been resolved yet. One of the tenants bought a house here and moved here from outside of the area. She signed all the documents to rent the space but I guess she just overlooked a policy that says, "No pit bulls, Rottweilers, Doberman Pinchers or Chow".

We received many calls of mothers fearing for their children's lives. So, we talked with the tenant about her dog. She insisted that it wasn't a pit bull and that she had it since it was a puppy.

My husband proceeded to look online and found several names for pit bulls, one being Stratfordshire Terrier which in England is the name for a pit bull. She keeps insisting that it isn't. My husband is so tired of people not wanting to follow the rules and policies of the park.

We've tried to upgrade the playground but older teens think it's funny to damage or deface property. Our assistant, who works hard picking up trash, painting stripes on the road, one day painted the swing set. The very next day, the paint was scratched off somehow.

We had another incident where a kid was a visitor and a gang want-a-be and enticed some younger boys to draw graffitti all over the park. We finally managed to get rid of him. We had a lot of clean up in the bathrooms and on the windows and doors of our clubhouse.

Anyway, there are many tenants that think we are doing a good job and don't want us to leave but my husband is so tired of dealing with the people that complain or are just so obnoxious that he wants to leave.

I can't help but feel for some of the people here because of our economy. Jobs are very scarce and I'm sure it has made it tough for households. Most of the tenants here are married and have several children. Some have lost jobs for 6 or more months and some can't get unemployment and others are just suffering physically. The Lord puts love in my heart for people here unlike my husband and I reach out to those who come in and ask for prayer or just want to come in and relax and talk.


Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Happy Easter

If you click on Happy Easter, it will bring up a slide show with music for the season.

This was a presentation I made on Smilebox for last Easter. Some of you may know Easter itself with all the bunny rabbits, eggs, candy...etc is a pagen celebration. I celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and this slide show shows pictures along with words from Don Francisco's song "He's Alive" to show the Lord during Passion week.

The Round Brush from Hell

Saturday, I was trying to spruce up my hairstyle. I had visited the beauty parlor, had some hair cut and then colored. Well, at home my husband had a rounded brush/comb and I tried a small portion of my hair, wetting it first and then blow drying it. But...I couldn't get my hair out of the brush.Panic set in. I tried spraying with water, putting conditioners on it. No luck. I got so frustrated that I started crying. Then I called my pastor's wife Pee Wee. She said they would be praying and would send someone over.

I stood at the door with my hand holding the brush and tears running down my cheeks. I was flushed and angry that I tried to fix my hair.

My friend showed up and had a can of spray used to detangle. It had an oily base. I sat on the chair while she tried loosening my hair with a pick. After about twenty minutes or so she managed to get me free from the brush from hell.

I was so glad she came and never appreciated her like that day. I never experienced anything quite like this. My husband, thank God, was at work when this happened. I know he wouldn't have been able to get me free. He just doesn't have right equipment for such a task.
Thank God, I didn't need my hair cut and only lost a handful of hair. She was quite capable of handling this since she had the same thing happen to her girls before.

Thursday, February 02, 2012

Christmas in New Mexico


It was the first time the kids came to New Mexico for Christmas and only one son didn't make it. I have traveled to Phoenix each year but Terry wanted us to have the kids here for Christmas. There were nine of us enjoying the cool weather and just spending time with each other. I wished my husband Terry would have been able to see his family in Texas but maybe next year. Terry made brisket for our Christmas dinner and we also had sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes and a vegetable and of course dessert.

Eileen had never been to our home and could see where we live and work. It had snowed a little and that was just enough to take our grandson out to play. Terry rigged up a sled with a plastic lid and ropes which they pulled behind the fence where just enough snow could give the little guy a ride.

Daniel had been able to come up on a bus and got a ride back to Phoenix with his brother. I am happy he's doing so much better and finally is working at a 40 hour a week job. It may not be what he wanted, that is welding, but it is a job.

My son Matt and his wife spent a couple of nights in our guest room, pretty small, being that it is only a 10 x 10 room. The heater kept them pretty warm and we had to figure out a way to turn the heat down at night. We usually close the back of the house so the rest of the house gets warm but that only made their room like a sauna.





Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Fishing at Ganado

Ganado Lake has catfish and bass. We had never seen so many bass and a place so easy to catch fish. One year we found a nice hole in the weeds where we caught several large catfish.


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Friday, August 26, 2011

Six Years Ago




Over six years ago, after seeing my husband's picture in the paper when he passed, I felt the need to have a nice photo taken so my kids would use it when I pass. I haven't had a portrait picture done since the kids were little. Now they're grown and are starting their own family portraits.

Now that Terry and I are married, I would like to get a portrait done of us. We've been married now over two years. He may not think it's important but I do and I want my kids to have a picture of us and not some candid shot. Photos have been important in our family. It's like doing a story and having pictures to go with it. I have over 17 albums now and still counting. I'm a little behind in getting the photos developed.

Everyone I talk to seem more interested in keeping photos on their computers. But there's nothing like having them in front of you and seeing little details written down. I have an album that my dad received from his cousin and I don't recognize very many people in it. It goes back to the early part of the 20th century. I guess I'm more of an historian than my other sisters.

One time when I was a new mom, I made a scrapbook using art paper bound in a ring. It allowed me to glue pictures cut out from a magazine and make more of a story. I want to do that again.

My family means a great deal to me. When their dad Richard died, I had the idea to scan photos of him and make a book for them on Blurb. That's my next project. I hope I can get this ready for Christmas. If any of my sons read this, they'll know what I'm up to.

My husband takes tons of pictures in his line of work, being a field representative. He uses Picassa to download over forty pictures at a time. I'm just fortunate to be able to get my photos developed. Like I said before, I'm behind by about five years. I have to get caught up.
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Thursday, August 25, 2011

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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Summertime with Wyatt

Well, Wyatt is now a year and 4 months and I can't be down in Phoenix to watch him grow. The funny thing about him was his hair. His hair was growing like it had steroids and instead of all over his head it grew just on top. I thought he looked cool though. His dad recently had his hair cut and he said the razor tickled.





Wyatt has such a sweet temperament and his parents have been so good raising him with their gentle touch and loving ways. He's also very photogenic. I told my son that he should enter him in some baby photo contest.

Wyatt loves to eat and when he had his birthday he got to taste sweet cake, I think, for the first time. Anyway, he has such a great personality. Just looking at all the pictures I receive from my son and his mother-in-law I can tell he has a good nature.

I should be visiting him this coming August and hope to spend some time there. It's really difficult being so far away from him and his family. All my sons are in Phoenix.

With my husband being sick right now, it hasn't been easy here either. He wishes he was back in Texas and keeps saying that he'd be packing up and leaving. He just doesn't like it here in Gallup.
My son Daniel and Wyatt taking a walk

        Taking a drink at a nearby park.

During the week, his other grandma watches him a few times and then goes to Day Care the rest ot the time. His dad will have him one time a week since he has to paint in his studio and teach at a community college. During the summer though, I don't think he teaches.

                                    







Monday, May 09, 2011

To Eileen "Happy Mother's Day"

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This was made for my daughter-i-law Eileen for Mother's Day

To Lesli for "Mother's Day"

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I made two cards on Smilebox for Mother's Day for my daughters -i-law...both are beautiful young women.

Friday, May 06, 2011

In Memory - Amy Little 6/23/2010

I made this not too long ago in memory and tribute to Amy Little, my former husband's mother who passed last year June 23, 2010. I had several pictures in my picture albums but non could really express the kind and thoughtful woman Amy was. I wanted her kids and grandkids to see this but so far I've only been able to post it on Facebook.


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Tuesday, May 03, 2011

My Son is having a Birthday...today

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Friday, April 22, 2011

"He's Alive"

I made this slide show for our Easter morning service. We will be singing "He's alive" by Don Francisco. We couldn't do our Easter Cantata this year but next year for sure.


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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Havin' a Good Time

Havin' a Good Time

This video was made on Animoto...Recently, Wyatt, my grandson, has been taking swimming lessons and his dad sent me some pics. I love making videos. I have a cool Vivitar video camera that does really well making videos.

Terry will be in Texas the rest of the week and he has my camera. I hope he brings back some good pictures of the family.

Thursday, April 07, 2011

FAVORITE PHOTOS OVER 10 YEARS