Sunday, February 28, 2010
Monday, February 15, 2010
Sunday, February 14, 2010
When I got ready to post a few pictures from the wedding yesterday (I'm sure there are a lot of others that were taken too) I realized that by giving all of them names it put them out of order so you will have to take what you get. I t was surely a special day being there to watch Brandon and Emily sealed, spend some time at the house, and then have a wonderful meal together at Hamiliton's, complete with program and visiting.
Bride, Groom Mary, Jim.
Posted by Papa John at 1:22 PM
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Saturday, February 6, 2010
Years ago you laid claim to some of Grandma Fife's furniture (two green floral victorianish chairs, and a matching coffee table and tiered end table) that were in our piano room for years but have since been lovingly stored in our basement. I am not sure what your and Brandon's living arrangements are, but if you can use them now feel free to come and get them (It would help clear out the room which Joel will claim as his new bedroom when we return in August). They are in the smallest bedroom--next to Sarah's room--under piles of boxes and I'm sure Ben and Courtney would be happy to help dig them out. While you are at it you may also want to dig out and take a blue day bed from Grandma and Grandpa Emmett (your dad helped me take it apart to move it in so he could help you get it out). If you are fully furnished, should we offer these heirlooms to other family members? Best wishes for a happy wedding day. Wish we could be there. The Jerusalem Emmetts
Posted by chad at 11:31 PM
Thursday, February 4, 2010
I've posted the family letters on scribd.com. Click here for a link that goes to all the letters complied into one, 42 page document. (Thanks, Bob.) The links below will take you the separate sections that were emailed.
The letters are private so the only way to access the them without a password is through these links. If you log onto scribd.com, the letters can be read, downloaded or printed. If you want to access the family letters through scribd.com, email me and I'll give you the user name and password.
I'm not sure if this is worth doing but it's worth a try. Let me know what you think.
Posted by Jake at 4:33 PM