Thursday, June 26, 2008

Mama & Papa's Trip to Livingston

John drove Mama and Papa down to Livingston this week and Papa was with all his siblings - 3 sisters and 1 brother! And when the Ward sisters get together there is always good eating!
Em celebrated her 80th birthday.

These baskets were made by Papa Ward for his sisters and his sister-in-law.
Fried bass from Donnie's farm!

God's creations in our backyard!

Monday, June 23, 2008

The "sisters" were in town!

Papa's two sisters, Em and Leanna, came for a visit. Papa's blackberries are almost ripe!
We took them to Botanical Garden.
The butterfly house was full of butterflies.
They were able to get in one of Seth's baseball games. (Almost like the Braves games)

Our precious grandsons are growing up!

This little outfit was David's. Isn't this sweet? I scanned this picture of David at 4 months with that outfit on. I haven't figured out how to make it bigger. I'm trying!

Grammy's little helper!
John David is beginning to talk and it is so much fun to try to understand him. He says the same things over and over again until we figure it out.
Hudson is always happy!

There's a new girl in the family!

Daniel and Danielle have a beautful little girl, Eden Hope, born on Friday, June 20. We can't wait to see her in person.

Their blog is

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Thank you, Lord, for a blessed trip!

Our Canadian friends in Christ

Lake Louise, Banff, Alberta, Canada

The water from the glacier was emerald green in color!

Gladstone Gathering Grounds

Papa kept on saying, "Don't they know it's June up here?" It was chilly!


Working! Working!

Sue Z. and her mom heading down to the lake early Monday morning.
Scott and I were able to spend Sunday night at the beautiful camp. This is a 12-plex, 6 rooms on top and 6 rooms on the bottom. This is the scene we woke up to on Monday morning.
This is the lodge where the group ate and where Mama, Papa and Seth stayed. I'll post later when I get other pics, but Seth really turned into a frontiersman! He helped skin a beaver that kept doing damage to their lake.