Monday, July 28, 2008


You never know who much someone means to you until you have seen them at their worst, taken care of them and controlled yourself enough not to puke right along with them, because they cannot help it. So heres to you and I am super glad you are feeling better!! I will be your nurse anytime you need me. ;)

Monday, July 21, 2008

Nikki and Michael

This past Saturday we attended the wedding of my friend Nikki and her husband Michael. It has been a long time coming as they have been dating about 8 years. It was beautiful, her colors were green and green. Her reception was at the Chattanooga Trade and Convention Center and let me tell you there was a lot of dancing going on. Anyway,they are on their honeymoon in Hawaii. Congrats to the happy couple!!

P.S. Mammie all of the hankies were used often. Thank you!! they loved them.

Icis-Michael's niece

Galen-Michael's nephew

Friday, July 4, 2008

Happy 4th of July!

Every year at Coolidge Park, the Chattanooga Symphony puts on the annual Pops on the River, with fireworks afterward. In the past we have gone to the park around noon and made a day and night of it. For the past couple of years we have not gone, and I kind of missed it. Burt is not a fan of crowds or traffic, needless to say he does not love it. 150,000 people is not his cup of tea, but he goes because he knows that fireworks are one of my favorite things. Anyway this year we decided to stay on the Aquarium side of the river and it was fantastic. Eventhough there were people there were, it was not like being at Coolidge Park. Daniel, Tracy and Owen went with us. Enjoy!

Today we went to my Aunt Faye's house in Harriman, TN. Most of my mom's family comes. We eat dinner, swim, and have watermelon of course. Most of the time the men stay up in the barn, I can't even tell you what goes on up there, as far as I know it's a lot of lying and trading.

This is my great grandmother-Granny Dunlap


Jimbob, Shannon, Steve, Wally

Jill Aunt Faye, Aunt Marie, Uncle Tommy, Uncle Dick, Uncle Johnny and Granny

Thursday, July 3, 2008


Yesterday, Burt and I went to the post office to fill out our application for our passports. I do not know why, but somehow I feel more American. We had to have a passport to get off the boat in Belize. We should have them in 4 weeks or less. Our pictures are funny, because you cannot smile, which is very hard to do with a camera in your face. I will post pics when we get them.