Sunday, January 31, 2010

Kitty Cats

Above is Rudder my Grand daughter Megan's Cat.

Above is "Booger" my son Brian and his wife Daria's
Cat, and lets not forget Grand son Henry 2yr's old.
19 year old Booger is Henry's best friend.

Above is Noodle, Noodle is boarding with Megan

                                          Above (unknown)
                                      Cooper Hill Tenneesse    

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Grand Parents Day 2010

Below, Grand Mother Elaine Smith,
Grand daughter Haley Herold,
Grand son Christopher Herold, and
Grand Mother Cindy Herold.

Below, Grand father Wm. Smith,
Grand mother Elaine Smith,
Hailey, and Christopher Herold.
Below, Grand father James Herold,
Hailey, and Christopher Herold.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Grand Parents Day 1-2010

We have attended Grand Parents day here for a
number of years now and it has always been a
very rewarding, and learning experience for the 
Children as well as the Grand parents. The future
of our nation as well as the world depends on them.
May Almighty God Bless you.

Above, grand son Reed, this is his last
Grand Parents Day. Next year he enters
9th grade at Benedictine Preparatory school.

Above is Garrett, acheaved academic Silver Award
 list and Also is in advanced math class. 5th gr.

Above is Grand Daughter Josephine. She will no doubt,
 some day be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of
the United States. Because she likes to negociate.

Above is Josephines tribute to her Granny Madeline.
It says "My Granny would win a ribbon for making 
  the best Spaghetti in the world !"

Josephine 2nd gr, is also artistic, above is some 
of her art work.

Josephine is also an Animal Rights Activist. above,
is her New Years pledge to be kind to her cats;
"Sweetie Pie and Jake Steel"
(If you click on the picture you can read the Pledge)

And here are the Grand Parents and the grand children.

Friday, January 15, 2010

My Secret Fishing Hole.

Give a man a fish and you'll feed him for a day;
Give a man religion and he'll starve to death
while praying for a fish.

I feel sorry for the worm. If it doesn't get off
the hook, it will most likley drown. 

Nothing makes a fish bigger,
than almost being caught .

And only God, and the fisherman, know the truth.

Enjoy thy stream, O harmless fish;
and when an angler for his dish,
Through glouttney's vile sin,
Attempts, the wretch, to pull thee out,
God give thee strength, O gentle trout,
To pull the rascle in !
"John Wolcot"

O, would be fisherman how fast can you bail water,
And still real em in. Lord have mercy.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Up Up and Away

I took these shots in the lake
behind our house, Lake Jericho.

I think, what started the panic to fly,
I asked, "mind if I take a few shots ?".

      Canadian Geese are kind of boreing,
until they start to fly, then it is a comedy. 

Monday, January 11, 2010

Isaiah Davenport House and Museum.

Located in Savannah's historic district on
Columbia Square, this example of Federal
architecture was completed in 1820 by a
master builder from Rhode Island. 
Isaiah Davenport came to Savannah in 1807
to participate in the building boom that followed
the disastrous fire of 1796.
Davenport prospered as a builder and took an
active part in Savannah politics by serving on
the city council.
Isaiah Davenport died during the yellow fever
epidemic in 1827 at the age of 43.
The restoration of the Davenport house grew
into the Historic Savannah Foundation, which is 
responsable for the restoration of much of Savannah.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Cold Snap in Ga.

The unseasonable cold spell that has invaded
coastal Georgia, has everyone searching for ways
to keep warm. It did not take long for us to realize,
If you keep the head bone warm, you will be alot more
comfortable all over. For all of my blog friends, please
forgive our lack of enthusiasm for the shovle and plow.

Any style Hat will do.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Saint Johns Episcopal church,
and Green-Meldrum Mansion.

In spring and summer there are
flowering plants and shrubs that
make for a beautiful photo op.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Green Meldrim Mansion

Imagine the cost of all this Iron work,
and the copper roof over the portico.
The large columns at the front door
are hollow iron.


Click on the above picture to read
the Historical marker. The Mansion was
Gen. Sherman's Headquarters while his
troops occupied Savannah.

Above, is the right side of the portico.

   Saint Johns Episcopal church operates the Mansion
And conducts tours to support and maintain it.
The above is a beautiful garden between the church
and the mansion. The garden has a small fountain pool.
My next post will be the church front. 

Friday, January 1, 2010

Savannah Ga. 1845 Home

Built for John Dorsett in 1845.