Friday, December 21, 2007
Friday, November 16, 2007
Friday, September 28, 2007
Friday, August 31, 2007
Nathan waves as the Madison school bus at it pulls up on his first day of kindergarten. Nathans we very excited about going to school and was so looking forward to riding the bus that he started to tear up when we told him that we may have to drive him as the bus was running quite late
Monday, August 27, 2007
Friday, August 17, 2007
Having been a history buff my whole life, a trait I attribute to my cousin James Hanges, I was of course counting the years until my son Nathan would be old enough to take an interest. That interest sparked in Nathan at the age of 5 when for the first time I showed him my collection of hand painted 15mm Napoleonic Miniatures. Since then it is a weekly request to “have a battle”. More pics of soldiers are sure to follow : )
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Our trip to Florida was a quick one this year. We only had two nights in Destin before it was time for a 6 hour drive to Louisiana to meet some family. From there it was up to Tennessee to have breakfast with my father the next day. Then back to Ohio later that day and back to work the next. P.S. The man with the net is no one I know.
Friday, August 10, 2007
One more Picture to round out the spring of 2002. Nathan still 6 months old is out back at my parent’s house and is being held by his Grandfather (my dad).
Thought it may not be visible in this shout I don't think the grass has been that green since that Spring. As my Dad soon after moved to Kentucky and I quickly learned that no one can take care of a yard like a proud Grandfather.
Welcome to the first post in my new Blog. The goal of this Blog is quite simple and should be obvious by reading its title. It’s simply dedicated to the things I see in my life.
In October 2001 we were blessed with a son Nathan Andrew Wendt. Like many new parents shortly after having Nathan we purchased a digital camera. For the next 5 years I took literally thousands of pictures a year. Of Nathan, of places we visited, and of the other important people in my life.
Though slightly out of order this first picture is of Nathan at the age of 6 months. He is dressed for Church on Easter Sunday 2001 and is being held by my sister Betsy Reeve.
As they grow up so fast every such occasion is a great excuse to dress them up and take lots of pictures, which is exactly what we did.