50 years and counting. Last night was a highlight in our years together, we lost count at 100 guests. Our daughter, the hostess, was phenomenal. The photographer took many photos so all I have right now are a few shots from my cell phone.
My music pastor took this one.
Our daughter had this made for us and I am in love with it.
Baseball is American's favorite pastime and I finally went to my first game of the season yesterday. Such a rich heritage for this country, unlike other sports you can compete if you are short, tall, slender or stocky. I love this game and KC is the home of the Black Baseball League Hall of Fame, a great destination spot to add if you haven't been.
Me and my team!!!!!
The Royals stadium is one of the nicest in the country.
Eric Hosmer is one of our guys, the MVP of the All Star Game.
What started out as a game called "rounders" and games played with sticks in the streets has become a game everyone can get around and enjoy.
Late late for a very important ABC Wednesday date. I've been preparing for a VERY important date for us.
We have accomplished as a couple a big date for us, our 50th Wedding Anniversary. This coming friday we are celebrating with family and friends who have crossed our path and shared our joys and sorrows for the last 50 years.
Planning is very familiar to that of a wedding, the perfect dress, food, decorations, venue, invitations and my daughter has done everything but the dress. She is planning a wonderful affair and we are looking so forward to seeing old friends. Pictures will follow!!
For Y this round my word is yonder. You don't hear this word much but it is used in a few of my favorite songs.
Yonder is defined as over there--far away or at a distance.
When I was growing up in church we would sing the old hymn "When the role is called up yonder", still remember the way it may me feel. It was written in 1893 by James M. Black a Methodist Sunday school teacher.
Also my hubby being an Air Force Veteran their song is "Air Force Song" (Wild Blue Yonder) written in 1938. Up we go into the wild blue yonder------- still gives him chills.