Arkansas · family-scrapbook

Saturday Snap Shots

Hello, everybody! This week I wanted to share a few photos of our trip to Arkansas.

A view from the Mountain Tower in Hot Springs. I had never been there before!! The view was cloudy, and there were puffs of pollen constantly floating up from the pine trees. My sinuses thanked me for staying inside the enclosure!! 🙂
This is where Terry and I lived in Hot Springs…307 Richard Street. The house used to be a medium blue color, and the yard wasn’t so full of plant life. I think it’s too crowded looking, but maybe that’s just me.
Here’s Nana and the grandkids!! Oh yeah, and me too!

Lauren and Mitchell at the Mid-America Science Museum. The machine in the background was on display here when I was a youngster. It brought back memories.
This is a 500 lb. Quartz!
It was mined in Jessieville, Arkansas. This is the small town where my Mom used to be the Elementary Special Ed. teacher, and later the Elementary Principal. How neat!
This is little waterfall at the science museum. Arkansas does have lots of natural beauty.
The Sunday after we returned home, the church surprised Terry with this cake and a love offering for his 30th birthday! It was so thoughtful of them!

Here’s Terry cutting his cake. (I’m talking in the background…as usual!! :] )Laci was trying to write like Daddy and Leslie. I thought it was sweet.Here it really does look like she’s writing, but the pen isn’t out so she can’t really make marks. Didn’t seem to bother her though! *sigh* Children are such a joy!
I best get back to packing. See you Monday, everyone!

4 thoughts on “Saturday Snap Shots

  1. Awe! What gr8 pictures.

    So that is what your Mother/Nana looks like. I see where you got your beautiful looks from.

    Thanks for taking time out and posting!

    Make sure not to pack one of the kids! lolol ;]

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  2. I loved the pictures. The house on Richard looks very different. You and your family are very photogenic!

    Can't wait to see you,
    Melanie

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