Editor's Note: Today I am wearing a Joie dress and J. Crew shoes.
Family is Family. Family is one of the most important things in life. I have learned a lot from past generations in my family. They teach you many life lessons through their previous life experiences. One of the greatest things that I have loved importing to my children is the knowledge that I have learned from my grandparents and other family members. I hope that one day when they have children or grandchildren they can passed down the family life lessons, stories, and wise words that I have past on to them. It is so important to keep in touch with your family, as you never know what each day will bring you. I try to incorporate my family as much as I can in my life and I treasure each and every family member that I have gotten to know! Let me share some of my family members with you through the pictures below!
This is a picture of my family from Louisiana. This is my cousin Whitney and her husband Shawn and their two kids Jack and Judy.
Yes, this is my 80's haircut! I get a chuckle when I look back at pictures from this era!
This is a picture of my One Momma, with my Aunt Jan, and my mother.
This is my family at Riley's Deb Party.
Here is a picture of all us at a summer gathering. This is my cousin Shelley with her husband and two kids.
Along with Shelley's parents-Jan and Blair, my stepfather Lee, and my niece's-Lexi and Ingrid.
This is my daddy Jim Anderson studying in the lab at Tulane Medical School. He graduated 3rd in his class-- and only took notes in class. Never studied! He was wicked smart!! I lost him to a brain tumor when I was 10 years old. For those of you who have your fathers---
treasure them every day of the week and twice on Sunday's!! I would give anything to have mine....
I love this passage that was read last night at church. "So faith, hope, love abide these three; the but greatest of these is love. "
Love your family!
For dinner last night I had pork chops with zucchini topped with mozzarella cheese.
Family is Forever! Love this song by Kenny Loggins!