Category Archives: Birthday

Happy Birthday to My Husband Rudy!

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Happy Birthday to my best friend and hubby Rudy! I love you more today than the day we married. You love me just the way I am. Through my weirdness and flaws. You “get” me!

We have been through some fierce trials. Our Lord blessed us through them all.

Thanks sweetheart, love you! Hope you have a wonderful birthday!

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Me & my hubby Rudy!

 

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Happy Birthday Dad!

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What Makes A Dad
~Author Unknown

God took the strength of a mountain,The majesty of a tree,The warmth of a summer sun,The calm of a quiet sea,The generous soul of nature,The comforting arm of night,The wisdom of the ages,The power of the eagle’s flight,The joy of a morning in spring,The faith of a mustard seed,The patience of eternity,The depth of a family need,Then God combined these qualities, And then there was nothing more to add,He knew His masterpiece was complete,And so, He called it – Dad!PicsArt_1402794170553Love you Dad!

Happy Birthday to My Little Brother!

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Today is my ‘little brother’ Tony’s birthday! He’s the baby of the three of us kids! I’m almost seven years older than him and I’m very proud of the man he has grown up to be! I love you so very much Tony!

Hope you have a wonderful birthday with your beautiful wife and daughter!

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~♥~

My Great Nephew is One!

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Easton at his first Cincinnati Reds game!

Today is my great nephew Easton’s first birthday! He is such a sweet, happy and loving “little” boy (he’s not so little)! He is a joy and blessing to me and his whole family!

Oh, he’s a great little brother to Finley too!

Tammy loves you BIG BUNCHES, “my little man”!

Isn’t he the cutest?

Happy 4th of July!


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INDEPENDENCE DAY

~Author Unknown

In the year of 1776

That paper was decreed –

They were tired of oppression

And wanted to be freed

They wrote a Declaration

So the whole world would see –

This was, “the home of the brave

And the land of the free”

They signed that piece of parchment

The leaders of this land –

Knowing, divided they would fall

But, together they could stand

A new world lay before them

Untamed from shore to shore –

They swore the would protect it

If it meant going to war

Battles have been fought –

And many lives have been lost –

So sad something so basic

Has such a high, high cost

‘Seems freedom is a luxury

There’s some would bind us all –

Like then, together, we can stand

But divided, we will fall

More than two hundred years

Have past by since that day

That each of us celebrate

In our own different way

We should be proud and thankful

Pay our share of the cost –

Not take freedom for granted

For it easily could be lost

 

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Enjoy Your Freedom
and God Bless Our Troops

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A very special thanks to my dear husband Rudy for his service in the Navy, my uncles Joe, Hubert, Arnold, Curtis and Estes (whom I never met because he gave his life on Tuesday, July 25, 1944. Buried during WWII in Normandy American Cemetery; Colleville-sur-Mer, France). Special thanks also to my brother-in-law Jeffrey, my nephew Keith, and to all my cousins who have served.

A special thanks to every man and woman who has ever put on a uniform to protect our freedom and our wonderful nation

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In God We Trust
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Pray for America!