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Wedding Project

Since late fall of 2012 I have been working on and off for a young bride making some things for her engagement and wedding.  It started with invitations for an engagement party that her mom was giving.  Next came "Save the Date" and now the wedding packets.  Her theme has been peacocks and the main color is brown.  (Her last name is Peacock and she is becoming a Brown!)

I did not take pictures of the engagement party invitation or the Save the Date announcements. But...I did get some pictures of the wedding packets!
 

June Anniversary

Four short years ago today, Son #2 became one with the love of  his life.  It is so hard to believe that these four years have gone by so quickly.  Through this union they have given us a beautiful granddaughter.  What a joy it is to see our offspring in the role of husband and father!  I must say, we are very partial to our daughter-in-love.  I can say that she truly is a daughter!

Happy Anniversary Jason and Ashley! We love you! {yes, they do have REAL names!}

Second of June Birthdays

Today Son # 4 celebrates his twenty third birthday!  This son is the one who keeps us laughing!  He has a very sunny personality and enjoys making people laugh! 

Happy Birthday Son #4! You are such a blessing and we love you so much! Love, Daddy and Momma 

Birthday "Boy" Picture Updated!

Okay, I found a newer picture of my daddy to post for his birthday!  I actually had to "borrow" it from my youngest brother.

AGAIN, HAPPY BIRTHDAY DADDY! WE LOVE YOU! Isn't he so handsome!  I love him so much! 

June Birthday

Today my daddy celebrates his 84th birthday! Not only is he my daddy , but he is Papa to our 14 children and eight grandchildren!  
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DADDY! WE LOVE YOU VERY MUCH! xoxo

Wonderful Weekend

Friday and Saturday was the 2013 Indiana Home Educators' Convention.  Hubby and I have been home educating and discipling  our nesters for a total of 16 years.  This is the first convention that we have ever attended.  It was wonderful!  It was held at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, not far from our home. We went with some very good friends of ours while our nesters babysat their four little ones.

A few highlights of the convention:

It was wonderful to see some of the political leaders of Indiana come and speak at the convention.  What a blessing to know that there are political leaders that recognize that educating children belongs to the parents and are willing to stand in the gap and help us keep this right.  Not to mention a friend of ours, Eric Miller from Advance America who informs and educates the people of Indiana about our state government and issues that are important to us. 

I was able to meet four wonderful, godly ladies that I follow through blogs!  Robin Brookshire who…