Thursday, June 21, 2012

Think Back Thursday ~ Father's


OK, in case you saw my post, which I deleted, I decided to cut back on my time online but not quit blogging. I was going to quit blogging and quit all online stuff. The stress really got to me yesterday and was at fever pitch last night. I will especially be avoiding wasting time on Facebook. 

I will be working on a project that I hope to sell and earn money for my family.
I hope you will pray for me as I manage my time and work on this project as fast as possible because we need money NOW.

Anyway here are my photos

My Daddy

My Dad 1941 in Virginia before going overseas in WWII.


Family Photo 1961. I am the baby.




 One of my favorite photos of my Dad and I. We were at Longwood Gardens

Another favorite... Daddy love. I miss you so much, Daddy.
At Valley Forge.
  My Daddy in his later years. Not sure what year. But before May 1976 because that is when he died. This is how I remember him looking.
My Hubby, Father of my children  

First Time Dad

 1986 with Rachel our oldest

1989 - with Jessica
 

 1995 with Nathan

 Rachel, Nathan, Court and Jessica 1995 


Family
1998
This was the first photo I found with Court and Christopher in it.
That is a shame.
I should have taken more photos of my kids with their dad.

 The boys
Nathan, Court, Christopher

 Daddy/Daughter love


Dressed up for the play we were in at Christmas

June 28th the theme will be
Graduation
I will be sharing a very recent graduation this time... not old photos...
since my 3rd oldest, my son Nathan, will be graduating on June 23rd from our homeschool.
You can do your graduation or the graduation of any relative or friend. Or, if you don't have any graduation photos you could do another ceremony where someone get's recognized for something, like Scouts, or Karate, or 4H or Awana... anything like that.


Now it is your turn

Here are the Rules for participating:
The purpose of Think Back Thursday is to link up a photo post about something from the past. You can reach back all the way to your childhood and bravely post pictures of you in your wild clothes and hair styles or post something from last year and tell us about it. I'm not picky. Hey, even yesterday was the past... LOL My posts will mostly be about events that happened prior to blogging, as a way to share those things with the world.
  • It can be about you, about your kids, about your parents, whomever. You can include video, I will not exclude video alone posts, but I prefer them along with photos, as this is a photo meme. I am doing a weekly theme now. That should help narrow it down from the myriad of photos we all have. For ideas check out the other posts in my label Think Back Thursday. 
  • Link up below. Please use a permalink that sends readers directly to the correct post. If you are not sure what that is click the word permalink for an explanation. 
  • Mention my blog and offer a link back. This is a requirement to take part and a kind gesture to me your hostess as well as your readers--they will know where to join in the fun, too. You can put the Think Back Thursday button on your site and in your post. You will find it on my right sidebar. Please use it to link to my site, to spread the word about my meme. Using the button will help others know how to find me and how to join. Tell others to click on the button in your post to find us here.
  • Leave me a comment. First so that you can let me know what you think of my pictures and secondly so that I will know a new post has been linked up and I can come visit your blog and comment on your photos. 
Join me! 



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3 comments:

Cindy @ Fenced in Family said...

Very nice! I love the pictures of your dad and husband. That's what I'm planning to do for my post too, but I was gone all day yesterday so I haven't written it yet. I hope to get to it today!

Kym Thorpe said...

I'm sorry that yesterday was so very stressful for you - praying that things settle down. I'm glad you decided to stick with blogging for now. FB can be a real drain sometimes...

I love the pictures you shared - especially the pictures that have the similar theme of Daddy and daughter(s) lying down or snuggling together.

Laura O in AK said...

What a great collection of photos, Debbie! I really need to get that negative scanner hooked up as well as the freestanding hard drive we're going to use as a network drive. Then, I would be able to really play with the old photos!

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