Thursday, May 14, 2015

Throwback Thursday


 
 
Pictures from a happier time.
Taken the day before Richard's stroke
in 2011.
At the Kansas State Fair.
These kiddos have grown up so much!

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  1. Nice memories for you all of happier times. Talk about your memories and enjoy looking over your photo's, too many people don't do that.

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    1. You are right Sandy. I am talking about memories all the time. Hope no one ever gets sick of it!

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  2. I too am doing a Thursday Throwback post, Paula :) I imagine it's good to have those photos and pleasant memories to share again with the three young ones in the photos. You'll have to post some of what they look like today - although I expect as older teenagers they'll be more camera shy than they were then! Special Teaching at Pempi’s Palace

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    1. I will have to see if I can get a good up-to-date picture of all three together! I'm popping over to see your Thursday Throwback!

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  3. They certainly have grown up a lot. Thanks for sharing the memories.

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    1. They are growing as I look at them!

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  4. Beautiful kids! It wonderful that you all had that day together.

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  5. It looked like the picture was from a fair before you mentioned it. Did he have any symptoms before his stroke?

    betty

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    1. Nope! We were just sitting at the table eating and I looked up and noticed his eyelid and his mouth drooping. He lost consciousness on the way to the hospital. He was intubated before he got to the ER. He made a remarkable recovery from the stroke but it sure exacerbated his Parkinsons disease.

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  6. Your grands are all so photogenic! Enjoy your letting us glimpse a bit of your (not-so) yester-years!

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    1. They are, aren't they! No problems. I love have all of you in my life so you should see the not-so yester-years!

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  7. Oooh, a state fair. I bet that was a fun day.

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    1. The town we live in is the host to our Kansas State Fair. Sometimes we go and sometimes we skip it. The kids always like to go. I haven't been since this one in 2011

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  8. I am so sorry you lost him. But, it sounds like you are raising some very strong, happy kids. Props to you!

    Thanks for dropping by my blog. Have fun with your road-tripping!

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