Monday, January 23, 2006

My Fam

This is my lovely family!
Aaron and Colton (5)

Jessica (9) and Grandma Carol

I have two older brothers, Scott who is married and has three children and Aaron, who is married and has four children. Aaron is a Marine and is being deployed to Iraq this year. He leaves Friday for training in North Carolina, so we have been trying to get as much family time as possible lately. While he is in NC, his family with be in Georgia with his wife's family. We will miss you guys!!

Dominique and Gabriel
Seven of the nine grandkids:Cheyenne, Joshua, Dominique, Levi, AJ, Dillon, Colton

Joshua and Levi

Scott, Amanda, Gabriel
Aaron and Suzy

The boys on the couch: Levi, AJ, Joshua and Colton


Julie B said...

It is great to see pictures of all of you together! Please let Aaron and Suzie know that my prayers are with them.

Michelle said...


Nice pictures. Its so fun to see the people we hear about so often!

i'm terrible with blog formatting. Mine have ended up looking goofy several times. I don't know how to fix it... sorry :(

Elizabeth Tsukayama said...

Julie, I will tell them! I think Aaron is going to make a blog when he gets to Iraq to keep us all posted... cool that they can have internet access over there. Better than WWII, that's for sure!

Hmmmm.... at least I feel better, Michelle, that I'm not the only one that has trouble with it! Anyone else?

Bipin Sen said...

nice pictures elizabeth! i never have formatting problems because i don't format. haha. that's a quick solution, isn't it?


Elizabeth Tsukayama said...

Hmmm, what do you mean that you dont format?? You look like you have a format.... I dont get it!

Aaron B said...

Hey Friz,
I went to a different internet place, here they don't have web blockers on. The blog is cool and you have good pics. The pics from our last evening together turned out well. I sure miss all of the fam already, I think I had forgotted how lonely this life is. It is a strange thing to be amongst hundreds of others yet not with a companion. Be grateful for the time you have with you soul mate, and for being around other Christians. It is not much different than what I had anticipated, but remembering and reality are always different. It does give me time to reflect and be thankful for what I have, and not to take it for granted, ever.