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Came across some random pictures of my father in law that I thought I'd share. I plan on going through my many shoe boxes of pictures when time permits.

My husband always has a chore list when we visit... His dad giving him a hand.


We were in Tucson for my niece's wedding and stopped by my in laws afterwards so my son could pick up the car he was buying from them...snapped a quick pic of him with 4 of the Great grand kids.


I'm guessing this one was taken on Easter or the month of Easter since there's a basket with a bunny on the coffee table.


Still trying to help with the chores.

My two with Grandpa many years ago

Maddie and Great Grandpa

Five Grandchildren and Five Great Grandchildren in this picture

Tom doing his dad's hair

Lunch time...digging in the pickle jar!



“Life is a great and wondrous mystery, and the only thing we know that we have for sure is what is right here right now. Don’t miss it. ”
Leo Buscaglia (1924-1998);
Author, Professor

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