Friday, July 27, 2012
I pray for safe travels for all those who are flying home today for summer vacation, for that safety to continue tomorrow on our car trip to Grayton and finally for a sweet, happy, trouble free time together as we enjoy each others' company at the beach. I give thanks for the opportunity to have you all together once again! Amen!
Posted by Family at 1:13 PM
Today our day will begin and end in celebration! It's Ford's 17th birthday (count 'em, 17!) and tonight our children and grandchildren will be coming in from California and Korea for the start of family vacation. But it doesn’t stop there! We will continue the celebration Saturday morning, on Molly's birthday, as the caravan begins its annual trek to Grayton Beach, where we will meet up with the rest of the family for a week of fun and sun together.
Joy, joy, joy, oh, happy days!
Happy Birthday to Ford and Molly!!!!!
Posted by Family at 8:20 AM
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
I hope you always stay close to yours too.
My trip ended with a visit, with Judy, to her daughter, Abby's new home with her husband to be, Nate. Afterwards we all went to a wonderful Tea House and talked of weddings and Abby's recent mission trip to Haiti. I regret that I didn't get pictures of this, another memory made.
Thanks family for spending such quality time with me. I love you for always. (Hugh/Natili, come visit us in Atlanta! Better yet, come to the mountains and show us how to install some security cameras at the cabin. :))
Posted by Family at 11:07 PM
Thursday, July 19, 2012
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Tuesday, July 03, 2012
... ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. John F. Kennedy.
Thank you America for giving us an opportunity to raise our children in the care and safety of this land. Thank you America for allowing us to work towards being all that we can be. Thank you America for the brave men and women who continue to fight for the privilege of being free. God Bless America!
Posted by Family at 9:44 AM
Sunday, July 01, 2012
Facebook noteworthy note from Grandad...
My oldest grandson, Ford Croft, age 16 just pitched a complete game against one of the best teams in the country, the East Cobb Royals, and beat them 13-3. Scouts were there to see the opposing pitcher. They were watching the wrong one! The game was part of a tournament played at Birmingham-Southern. I am very proud!
Posted by Family at 5:04 PM