Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Monday, January 28, 2008
Most of you who know me well know my husband Marty is a twin (fraternal). I love the twins' baby photos! They are adorable!
Marty and I have moved around a lot, from state to state and his brother Mike is in the military so he moves a lot too. Because of that, they haven't lived close to one another since they both graduated high school almost 20 years ago. Mike is now stationed in a city very close to us and we are sure enjoying having him so close! It has been awesome getting to know him and his family.
Mike and Marty with their Mama (Billie) Mike appears to be kissing Marty. They are 24 days old in this photo.
14 months old. (Marty's on the left, Mike's on the right)
I absolutely love this photo of them! (18 months old) Although Heather mostly looks like me and has all her life, this photo of Marty (on the right) has always made me see resemblances in Heather and Marty.
2 years old. Billie, you'll have to share with us why Marty's got a cut on his upper lip. Was he accident prone even way back then???
3 years old. What a couple of cuties!!! (Mike: left/Marty: right)
3 1/2 years old. Can you see the twinkling eyes tellling of the mischief they're about to get into constantly??? (Marty: left/Mike: right)
And here they are now. (Mike left and Marty right)
I'm going to have to get them to go motorcycle riding together soon so I can get their pictures on their bikes!
Sunday, January 27, 2008
While we played, Heather grabbed my camera. She's constantly trying unique angles when she takes pictures and some she took were...let's just say interesting. Here are the rest she took:
Gosh, do we take our games serious or what???
Saturday, January 26, 2008
Thursday, January 24, 2008
At first glance it appears winter hasn't much color. It seems all that's visible are gray skies, brown and gray leafless trees, brown fields and lawns of dried, dead brown grasses. But, look closer. What's this I see? Red? Yes! There's red everywhere I look, red berries I see!
So, while you're out and about and thinking the world looks gloomy at this time of year, look again! You might just see some unexpected color.