August 3, 2006

HEY! The Blogger Finally Blogged!

Looks like I can load pictures again. Oh happy day! I'm leaving Long Island to go to Pennsylvania this evening. We're going to a concert on Friday night; it should be a lot of fun and very relaxing. I'll post pictures (if the blogger will still let me) when I get back. Here are a few more photos from our last family outing:

Right beneath this sign in the shopping section of Greenport, Long Island, was a totally worn out bench. I thought it was great!

Yhea, I'm tall - five foot ten to be exact! Maybe someday this ship will set sail with me as a happy passenger.

Me...
Abbey...

and Randy catching some much needed shade under the Long Island Railroad train tressel. What a great time we had on Carman's River that day!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

What concert are you going to? Will you post when you're in PA?

Marsy said...

I'll post when I get back to New York. The concert? Ron and Shelly Hamilton.

Anonymous said...

I remember seeing them when I was 10 years old! We did almost all their plays in school...my favorite was the "Missislipi Race" with Big Toe...I played "Peanut". Funny, just reading your blog brings a smile to my face...memories! :)

Marsy said...

Hey Peanut! I'm glad you enjoy my blog. I did not come from a Christian home and so I didn't hear of Patch the Pirate until I became a Christian myself and had children. We are soooo grateful for Ron and Shelly and all the wonderful musical memories they have made for our family. My kids did "The Great American Time Machine" for their school when they were little. I remember "Trapped on I-land" the best; it was my personal favorite and I often found myself singing along to the music. Thank you for your kindness to me.

Anonymous said...

No kids for us just yet, but I did a play with the children's group at my church. Just the other Christmas we did "A Peanut Butter Christmas"...we filmed most of the scenes and it was a big hit for everyone! I sincerely enjoy taking a peek into another Christians life. It's refreshing! :)