Category Archives: Family
Christmas 2007 Photos from Virginia
I’m going to start using Flickr more regularly to share photos. Here is a set of pictures from our Christmas in Virginia. Enjoy!
No Bradford Easter This Year
For the first time ever, we won’t be going to Easter with my parents in Bradford this year. April snowstorms across PA are too nerve-wracking to drive the 6+ hours each way and risk not getting back in time for … Continue reading
Picture of the Cousins
I’ve been meaning to post this picture ever since Christmas and I never got to it (but I back-dated a post now). It’s all the cousins of the current generation – children of Teresa and her cousins Pam and Sherrie.
Merry Christmas 2006
Merry Christmas everyone! Here is a picture of all of the cousins on Christmas morning in McCoy, VA. From left to right: Brady, Stephen, Robbie, Jamie, Haley, and Randi B.(Click for a larger version.)
Happy Thanksgiving 2006
We had a whirlwind Thanksgiving weekend in Virginia. The weather was gorgeous, and I got to sit in the sun to watch Virginia Tech beat Virginia 17–0 (although it was a pretty dull game). Now they are off to the … Continue reading
On Friday, Teresa’s sister Ramona had to put down her lovely cat, Chelsea, who had been with her and her husband Chuck for 18 years. She was a really sweet cat and a big part of the family. Whenever we … Continue reading
Happy Birthday, Brady!
Our elder son turned 29 today. Happy birthday, Shakka-B. Click for a (slightly) larger picture.
Happy Birthday Stephen!
Happy 27th, Stephen! Here’s a picture from Iraq of our studly younger son, a self-described “beast” with “big guns” for arms. Go ahead, girls, salivate. Click for a larger version.
Mother’s Day in Virginia
Last weekend, we went to Virginia to see Teresa’s family. Stephen was in town for his first vacation since taking a contracting job in Iraq. It was Mother’s Day weekend, so it’s only appropriate that I got a photo of … Continue reading
Church Chairs from Teresa’s Great Grandfather’s Church
Speaking of chairs, I forgot to post a picture of a set of chairs from the church that Teresa’s great-grandfather, Brady Croy, ministered in. At Christmas time, we “liberated” them from the church, which has been locked up and abandoned since … Continue reading