Is there your husband?
He is in there somewhere :) He was there in Jan and Feb 2010 when the hurricane hit them hard :( They were the ones that came in and got the airport organized. He met some famous people. John Travolta and his wife and Sean Penn while he was there.
Thank you for your blog, you are inspiring and your family is beautiful. I hope you try my recipes and enjoy them. I'm fllowing you back at Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters
Happy Wordless Wednesday!What a beautiful blog. I love the music and the header is very pretty. That is a great group shot of your husband and his group. I hope you are having a fabulous day and thanks for linking up, feel free to join us anytime!
Thank you for your comment! Chickens are lots of fun to watch and the eggs are phenominal. I'd say the hardest part is taking them water a few times a day in the coldest parts of winter (but it's REALLY cold where I live.) Other then that I'd say the hardest part is that they can die for no apparent reason. If you're looking for more info try BackyardChickens.com and http://communitychickens.blogspot.com/
Great photo!Apologies for delay in paying a return visit to your lovely Blog.x Jazzy
Thanks for coming by my blog today! Your girls are just too adorable!! Lord knows I wouldn't have know what to do with two girls--that's why he gave me two boys.I'll be following...
Hi Kimberly!Thanks so much for stopping by and introducing yourself today! It's so nice to meet you. You have a beautiful family and I look forward to getting to know you. A big thank you to your husband for his service to this country and a big thank you to you and your precious girls too! You guys are a blessing!Have a great Thursday,Candace
Thank you everyone for all the nice comments :)@Tractor Mom, I say the same thing about boys LOL! God always knows best.
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