Monday, June 21, 2010

Sundy June 6th In Indiana

Yes, I know. It's been just over 2 weeks since I have posted, but I have been pretty busy. I literally have 100's of pictures. I won't post them all, but so much has been happening that I will post a few today and more in a couple of days. The following pictures were taken Sunday June 6th and Monday morning June 7th. Sunday we got ready for Church at Patty and Chuck's and then went to Michelle and Kevin's afterward to celebrate Laura's Graduation from Indiana State University.

Yes, these are my grandchildren!

Laura the graduate and her boyfriend, Clay.

With my 3 beautiful sisters. Michelle, Patty and Sandy.

Sandy, Sandy, Sandy. :-)
Sandy supervised the fishing.

Emily and Preston learning how to be anglers.

Sandy dodging Emily's casting skills and protecting the children from wild hooks.

In Charlotte's hand you can see the little tiny fish that Emily caught.

Preston's fish!

Kendra, Laura, Adam and Muffin.

Monday morning Grandma Louis treated us to breakfast. Somehow I didn't get a picture of Grandma. Charlotte, Sandy and Jessica were there,

Along with Jean Ann and her sweet Grandson,

And Hunter and Desi,

And Sammy's beautiful wife.
It was a fun 29 hours we spent in Indiana.


Ryan and Skye Lowry said...

Sam's wife's name is Andrea right? Isn't she gorgeous!? Anyway, looks like you and the kids had a good time. In the second picture, Preston's face is by far my favorite!

Guffey Family said...

I'm voting for Maggie for face that says it all. I would interperate what she is saying in both pictures, but this is a family blog. It needs to be at least PG.

Guffey Family said...

One last thing, I read an article that stated that everyone that drinks Mon Vie will die. They have unrefutable proof of it. I just thought that I would let you know.

Darryl and Cindy Cunningham said...

Jason, is that like.. Everyone who drinks water will die? Or Everyone who eats food will die? Silly Jason.

Darryl and Cindy Cunningham said...

Fact:Trampoline injuries led to 98,000 trips to the emergency room last year alone. Children are the most frequent victims, but adults are also getting hurt, sometimes with devastating consequences.