KnittingPathsOfLife

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

FOR ME IT'S ALL ABOUT FAMILY

My husband, George, who was my childhood friend. Grumpy was born in the same year he was, so he has this sweatshirt. PS: He isn't Grumpy.
Bill is my oldest child, hummm not so much a child anymore, unless you ask him. He will say he is a children. LOL
Heidi and Jos, and Jos will get me for posting his picture. Love you Jos, and you have to be in my list of people who mean so much to me.
Eric is my youngest son, he is a long distance truck driver and on an earlier post I told you about him making a quilt to have in his truck.

My wonderful Grandaughter Kristen, who added to my family a very special member, Mitch. I love him soooo much. He will be leaving for Iraq in May.
Sorry the picture came out so small, but this is very wonderful Haali and Mitchell. My Great Grandchildren really are great. They are talented and really great kids. They are homeschooled, and way ahead of their grade level. Good job Kristy.

Last by age but never least is my youngest Grandaughter Amanda. She first gave me my Zoe, who has me totally wrapped. She weaves her little magic on me and gets what she wants. She added Jason, who is now stationed with the Army in Quatar. We are so happy to have him with us. They are planning to relocate to Texas. We have been for many years, a total military family, so it makes it a little easier to deal with the moves.
Now you see what I mean, it is all about family.

I will be tagging:
Kristen, Christian Crafter
Christine, The Little World of Christine
Barbara, Grannie's World
My Hidden Stash
Nancy R., Lovely in Chocolate
I was tagged by Roberta, Simply Stitching in the Garden


Here are the rules for the tag:
1. Right your own 6 word memoir
2. Post it on your blog and include a visual illustration if you want to
3. Link to the person that tagged you in your post
4. Tag 5 more blogs with links
5. Remember to leave a comment on the tagged blog with an invitation to play

10 comments:

Lilysmom said...

Great post! Is Mandie still in TX with her in-laws or home?

Heidi said...

OH! You are in trouble. Do you still dare to come here??? LOL!

A few points:
George is sometimes Grumpy. :)
Bill IS a children just like me. :)
Where are the furbabies? :)

...but it is all about the family for you. That was just the right memoir.

Love and hugs ~
Heidi

Kristen said...

You are gonna be in sooooo much trouble with an uncle of mine!!!! OHHHHHHh!!!!

OHHH so true and this won't be easy for me! Six words from the woman who LOVES to talk????

HMMMMM.........

SimplyStitchingintheGarden said...

Hi Nancy, so glad you put up the picture of Jos - it is so nice to have avisual of him since we hear so much about him!!!

He is quite a handsome man - you did good Heidi.

Roberta

diane said...

Thank you for this wonderful post and for sharing your beautiful family with us. You can hear the love and pride in your voice and I can completely understand where it comes from. You are most certainly blessed!

Beatrice said...

It was fun to see the photo's! Thanks for sharing!

Linda said...

Nancy,you have a wonderful family....your memoir was perfect. Linda

Anonymous said...

Hello Mrs. Nancy
Congratulations on your Birthday reaching such a very young age!
I read it on Heidi's Blog :) You have a really beautiful family. I hope you have a very nice day with lot of cakes and presents.
Hugs en groetjes
Elly

prape said...

Hi Aunt Nancy!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!!!
This was my favorite blog - I LOVED seeing all the pictures of all my cousins and 2nd cousins.......all good looking and talented just like you! That little "Aunt Nancy afagan is so beautiful and special and nice of you to make it! It STILL amazes me after all these years how quickly you do things!
Have a wonderful Birthday, Aunt Nancy and a GREAT year!
Love ya,
PJ

Carolien said...

Dear YOUNG lady Nancy,

HAPPY BIRTHDAY! I wish you a very happy new year ...
I hope your day will be very pleasant and congratulations to all of the family!
And your entry about the family was lovely.

Greetings, Carolien