I miss them!

Hey, everyone! How ya doin’? Hopefully, you are having a fantastic week!❤

I just wanted to say “Heeyy!”. Lol.

So, the title of this post doesn’t make sense, right?! Well, just keep reading…😂

So, on January 19, 2019 two of my friends grandpa passed away.😢 I’m not going to go into details, but on January 26, 2019 they had to drive down to Colorado for his funeral and they have been gone ever since. AND I MISS THEM!!😭 But, they are driving back home tomorrow so I’ll get to see them both at church Wednesday night!🤗 They are two of my closest friends and I can’t wait until I get to see them in person and not just on my phone when we video call! They have been greatly missed and they better not stay gone that long again!😂

Me and Rachel video calling. She was playing the guitar for me. It sounded incredible!😍

I don’t have a picture of me and Hannah video calling, but here is the last picture we took together the day before she left for Colorado. (This was at the wedding. Can you see how tired I was?!).

I can’t wait until Wednesday so I can see them!😍

On another note… The wedding that I photographed the Bride and Groom are on their way back from their honeymoon!! SOO! You know what that means… I will be posting the wedding pictures this Thursday or Friday!🤗 Be on the look out for them! I can’t wait to share them!!

Anyway, until then! See ya’ll and stay happy!

God is good all the time, and all the time God is good!!


8 thoughts on “I miss them!

  1. Hi Vanessa. It’s good to see your posts. I’m retired from Civil Service with the Navy. I’m a 68 yr old man who drives a school bus for Middle School and elementary students. I see you have visited my blog and would like to encourage you to continue reading it. I would also encourage you to continue writing yours as well. My wife also writes a blog that can be accessed from mine called Under A Carolina Moon or “Libby”. We are both Christians and I was ordained as a minister this past weekend after years of study and putting into shoe leather our Christian walk. You are an encouragement to me that there are still young people in the world who love God. Oh, BTW, when I was in the Army back in 1970-71 I was stationed in Lawton, OK on board Ft Sill training as a missile crewman.

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    1. Hi Jim! First, Thank you for your service!! I have many people in my family that served in the military. So i appreciate it! I will check out your wife’s blog too. Congratulations on being ordained a minister!! That’s cool you got to come to Oklahoma! Thank you for reading and commenting!😊❤

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