My husband and I are dog people, we love our animals and cannot imagine living everyday without them. We recently got a new puppy; the same breed as before since we are in love with Bernese Mountain Dogs. This is … Continue reading
2016 – Trabuco Canyon, California Thanksgiving Day 1976 – Anaheim, California My immediate family
My older brother, Gary (seen here in back row with beard) recently had his DNA analyzed for ethnicity. It was pretty interesting to see the break down in percentages; and since my brother and I share the same Mom and … Continue reading
My Mother-in-Law passed away yesterday at the age of 88 in Northern California. She loved to read magazines, and followed the latest celebrity gossip. She had five kids, and four of them are pictured above in the old photograph from … Continue reading
This past weekend we celebrated my older brother’s round birthday, Round birthdays are quite the source of much celebration. My family likes to gather friends and family to help celebrate milestones such as 40, 50, 60 and so on. My … Continue reading
In days gone by, our family prepared home made bread and baked pumpkin seeds with a little salt for a tasty treat. My children dressed up on Halloween and went trick or treating with the neighbor’s kids. So for today … Continue reading
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My husband is hosting a charitable golf tournament to raise money for Breast Cancer and other types of cancer to honor his Mother, who we lost in 2009. This is a younger picture of her from her twenties, she lived a wonderful life to her eighties.
The Magical game called Golf has helped many people – and this weekend it will be our family’s fourth annual golf classic to raise funds for Cancer. I know my Mother-in-law would be proud. I am proud of my Husband and all the work he does to provide a good time for so many and also a financial success to the Orange County community. There are 250 golfers participating and another 50 volunteers.
Thank you Robert for serving — love you Aunt Lori