Cataloging old images continues! These are from April 23, 2016. On our way to the Dogwood Parade where these two were to appear on the Charlottesville Pride float. And here they are on board in the staging area just before the parade was set to start. ...

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  1. Dogwood Parade April 2016
  2. Pictures from the past
  3. Baseball!
  4. Springtime
  5. Jo & Amy Visit Texas
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Dogwood Parade April 2016

Cataloging old images continues! These are from April 23, 2016.

On our way to the Dogwood Parade where these two were to appear on the Charlottesville Pride float.

And here they are on board in the staging area just before the parade was set to start.


It was a very festive time.

And after the parade we went and hung out in a school field, reading and playing
An excellent wall to play soccer against. 

    

Pictures from the past

As both Josephine and Sam continue to grow up, I thought it would be good to post a few pictures from when they were very young. I found these yesterday while cleaning out my basement. This is from around Josephine's third birthday in 2008.




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Baseball!

Another season of baseball is about to be behind us. 
Sam got a run batted in shortly after this was taken. 
Right about here.
Sam's been playing catcher and it's been fun seeing him gain skills. 
Josephine enjoys her tunes waiting for the game to end. 

    

Springtime

At the beginning of a springtime walk. 
Donut stop! 
The balloons came from the fun fair at Clark. There was hilarity involved. 
There was hilarity at the fun fair, too! Thanks to my friend Tim for doing his balloon art thing. 
Navigating the remote control track.
    

Jo & Amy Visit Texas

Waiting for the airplane to take off, we took silly photos.

Window seat. Will never forget Jo exclaiming over all the swimming pools.

The farm. The pink glow of the greenhouse that they jokingly call their 'whorehouse.' 

Learning how to make onion rings

Josephine trying on Great-Aunt Gertrude's dressing gown.


Jo and Grandma Helen eating frozen yogurt delights.


Learning how to play cribbage.

Because, why not balance a ceramic frog on your head?


"I'm so happy here."

She designed and sewed this together during one afternoon. 

Waiting for return flight.

Last selfie of the trip. 

    

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