Just Because . . .


This is our 3 year old grand daughter Josephine. I’m learning to be more strict with Josephine than I have been with our other grandchildren. I told Josephine she had to be at least three years old before Papa would buy her a car or a pony. One has to learn to draw the line somewhere!

She’s a force to be reckoned with! It is absolutely scary what those little faces can do to one’s heart. What a gift grandchildren are!

Worthy is the Lamb! Blessings!






  1. She’s adorable! How could anyone look at that face and not promise her the moon?

    I have a 6-year-old great-grandson. When he threw his arms around me after my granddaughter’s wedding last month and said “I love you, Mammy,” I almost died of happiness right on the spot. .

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  2. If your move involves seeing more of your grand children, I bet you’re gonna enjoy it. It’s amazing how our genes are passed on from generation to generation. That’s the only legacy I care about, those who come after me and those who were before me.
    My brother once told me, “every generation should get better”. It’s my hope.

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