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Friday, November 26, 2010

Shadow Shot #132

The Springs Restaurant's lobby was full of shadows in early November so I took advantage of them. Got a few odd looks from fellow patrons, but as a faithful Shadow Shooter took them in stride.
For more Shadow Shots please go visit Tracy at Hey Harriet.
ps-I just found out that Tanya McCoy, a young mother of 3, was killed in a car accident on Thanksgiving morning. Her 10 year old son, Andrew, is in critical condition. Please pray for her husband Sean and the family. She was a really sweet lady and always kind to me.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday #131

This walking tunnel goes under the main highway so folks can walk from the downtown parking lot to the Indian casino. It was quite a controversial addition to our small Idaho town, as it didn't "come cheap". After a few years though, the ruckus has passed. We don't use it, but I did discover it casts some pretty cool shadows!
For more Shadow Shots visit Tracy at Hey Harriet. I hope your weekend is spent with people you love. Don't forget to hug them and let them know how much they mean to you. Life is fleeting.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Rest in Peace John H. Phillips ~ God Bless You & All Our Veterans

Patrick's father, John, and Patrick at our home on Father's Day, June 18th, 1995.

This is a day early for Veteran's Day, but I wanted to post it in honor of my dear father in law, John H. Phillips, who passed away today at the age of 87. He was a WWII Army veteran and a special, godly man. He and my mother in law had been married 65 years (today)and raised 3 daughters and one son. Dad had Alzheimer's and began fading quickly in the past month. Patrick has gone to see him (and Ouma) the past 2 days, so knew this was inevitable. We love you Dad.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday #129

The sun shone brightly whilst we were dog walking at Dover Bay. For more Shadow Shots please check out Tracy's blog HERE!

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Little Cassie

Baby Cassie at about 6 months. I think little Cassie is about 3 here. Harley, Cassie and Wayne. Yup, those are matching dresses..see where I get that from?!

Decided to thrill you with a few old photos of little me, since I just turned the big 6-0. Funny, I don't feel like an old lady!!

Blessings and love,
ps-The large birthmark on my cheek was a dysplastic nevus. I had 8 plastic surgeries on my face from the age of 6 months to 12 years. It was always part of me, so I really wasn't self conscious. Being from a small town everyone knew it wasn't chocolate or dirt on my cheek. Only people who didn't know me would comment to that effect. :<)