Lucy went down the slide at least 2 dozen times. Laughing hysterically every time! It was so wonderful watching her playing so carefree.
They were so funny that everyone gathered outside to watch them play and laugh. I think everyone really appreciated seeing Lucy smiling, laughing and enjoying life like a 5 year old should.
We took some time to take some pictures with my grandparents. I think the picture of the 4 boys and their wives with Maw and Paw Paw turned out the best. My grandfather is fighting his cancer as hard as Lucy did and most of the time you would never know it. He is so courageous and strong. I love him and my grandmother so much.
My sweet Ella was so busy playing with her twin cousins, Reagan and Taylor. They never slowed down long enough for me to snap many pictures of her.
And lots of pictures of the ones that mean the most to me.
A few more memories....
Dad wrestling Jack to put his shoe on while he was trying to go down the slide. I was supposed to be helping but I was too busy snapping pictures and laughing at my Dad who was trying REALLY hard not to lose it!
My handsome husband who I love so very much. The best Dad on the planet!
Sweet Maddie. My niece and the love of my life. She's so precious that I laugh every time she smiles. She is an angel and I just love her so much. Just watching her and Jack play makes my heart happy. When she sees me she says "KK!" as if I was the most important thing in her world.
Uncle T and Jack. Jack doesn't like many people, but he took to Tommy immediately at Thanksgiving dinner.
The most precious picture. Jack and Pops throwing acorns in the water. This is a picture of innocence.
My Thanksgiving prayer this year was simple. "Thank you dear Lord for giving me my family back." It was all I could do to keep from crying all day long. Greatfulness abounds and I am so thankful to have an appreciation for what's important in life. I don't sweat the small things. I'm keeping my focus on what matters most.