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Day 1

In Arkansas, Tennessee, Traveling on September 19, 2011 at 1:25 pm
We left Tennessee this past Saturday for our move out West. Our first day, we drove the state of Tennessee and stopped in Little Rock, AR. 
Loaded up!
Our first stop (for lunch). Somewhere around Nashville.
So happy to be out of the truck!
This was our stop for dinner. Re-united! LOL We stopped at Cracker Barrel, right before Memphis.
Running around.
Letting the kids play.
Memphis Pyramid
Crossing the Mighty Mississippi in to Arkansas.

Onward to Little Rock!

Mississippi River

(sorry the pictures are messed up.)

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Back to Virginia!

In Uncategorized on September 14, 2011 at 3:24 pm
Yes you read that right, it was back to VA to see Nanny!

Home sweet home – Tennessee

In Tennessee, travel on September 14, 2011 at 2:41 pm
Our first stop on the move was Tennessee. Also happens to be home for us!

Some pictures of Sophie around Nana and Granddaddy’s house.

"Operation: Move West"

In Uncategorized on September 10, 2011 at 2:19 am
Apartment packed? Check!
Every ‘pack’ day begins with a schedule! Notice my lefty?

“I suppose these supplies will do.”

Inspecting the work.

Sophie approved!

Pepper, freaking out.

“Now these pictures are very important…”

Family picnic!

Taking a break from packing clothes.

Sophie and Daddy went for a walk and brought back sticks and acorns.

"Country Girl"

In Uncategorized on September 5, 2011 at 1:44 am

Over the weekend, Taylor and I were sorting through our closest and Sophie came across Taylor’s cowboy hat. It’s about as big as she is!

"Train up a child…"

In Uncategorized on September 3, 2011 at 12:17 am
Earlier today I saw a great post on Facebook that said:

“Children are the messengers we send to a time we will never see.”

The quote was on a blog (www.cathyfamily.com)  from a first time grandfather. The whole post was touching. But that particular quote really stood out. It holds so much truth to it. People talk about leaving legacies behind once they are gone, but I wonder how many parents actually realize that to some extent, that their legacies are their children. Everything we teach them while they are young reflects back on the kind of person we are/were. I hope the “messenger” that Taylor and I raise in Sophie will love as Christ loved and want to share His love with her world. 
“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”

Just some thoughts tonight…