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Thursday, August 23, 2018

Throw Back Thursday August 2014

It is a slow week here in Nanaland so I thought I would see what we were up to in 2014.

Amelia with Kendall and Landon in Chatsworth.  How these kiddos have grown in four years.

Charles with a photo collage Kendall made of our family.  She took an old catalog and cut out figures and put our heads on them.lol She is my crafty girl.  This photo was made at Charles and Nancy's home in Harvest, Alabama before they moved to Canton.

I had shared one of my favorite pictures of Baylor, made at his Dinosaur Birthday party when he as two.

One thing I love about blogging is the ability to look back over the years and to see what we were doing, the places we visited and the children and grandchildren growing and changing.

8 comments:

Ramblings of a Retired Lady said...

Enjoyed seeing your memories from 2014....time does fly and so many changes. Have a great Thursday!

Sandy said...

The blog is a great way to keep the memories. They have grown so much.

Dianna said...

Arlene, it is hard to believe how much your grandchildren have grown! Kendall and Landon...oh my...it is just so hard to believe that was only four years ago. And, yes, Kendall is a crafty one...love the collage she made! I can easily see why the picture of Baylor is one of your favorites. Such a sweet boy.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

It's fun to look back! My grand daughter started college this week! College!!! Doesn't seem possible! Hugs....and I mentioned you on my blog this morning!

Robin in Virginia said...

Oh Arlene, what wonderful memories you have as you have shared through your blog. I love the photo collage that Kendall made for Charles.

RJ said...

The photo collage is wonderful. So glad you have a crafty Kendall in the family...now who could she take after? Enjoyed seeing some photos from 2014...the little ones have really grown. RJ

Terri D said...

The little ones do grow up way too fast! Cute photos and so fun to look back, even when it is just a few years!

Gina said...

Precious times!