As we approach Thanksgiving 2009, the Browns are taking the time to give thanks for a year full of joy, sorrow, good friends, good health and visits to wonderful places.
Last year’s photos posted at Thanksgiving were a hit for family and friends, so I’ve again placed a number of photographs from throughout the year on More to Come…. They include places we’ve been, time with family and friends, and special events in our lives. If you put your cursor over the photo, the caption will magically appear.
At the top of the post you’ll see our lovely children, Andrew and Claire, on the night we were headed to the Kennedy Center for the Cappies. Andrew was part of a musical quartet in his high school’s production of The Music Man that was nominated for a Cappie Award (the high school equivalent of the Tony Awards). You’ll find more photos of all the Browns below.
We had a blessed year and hope you’ll enjoy the photos.
More to come…
Image: Andrew and Claire at the Cappies (held at the Kennedy Center)
DJB, Love your pics. It’s a great life ain’t it? Hope you have a fine holiday.
Thanks, Dr. B. It is a grand life – I just don’t get to play enough bluegrass, that’s all! Loved your blog post on Marty Stuart. He’s a real treasure, in so many ways.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.
Thanks for sharing your year in pictures. You have had quite an exciting year full of lots of new experiences and memories. I always enjoy keeping up with all of you! Looking forward to seeing you over the holidays!
Love the Brown family photos. Obviously a very accomplished and handsome family! The photo of the kids in Ireland will also be making an appearance on our holiday card.
What wonderful; pictures of a great family!
Your family photos brought the thought to my mind of how delighted your sweet mother must be as she looks down with a feeling of a life fulfilled through her precious family.
Since I married Gary, I now have a wonderful family: two sons, a loving daughter-in-law, two grandsons, and the cutest cherub-faced granddaughter one can imagine. The little boys are 7 and 8; and Ava is 11 months. We see them often since they live in Chattanooga. They have brought great joy and love into my life.
Did you go to Merlefest this year? Or did you attend the festival at Sugar Grove at the site of the museum? I didn’t attend either one so I am suffering from withdrawal pains from not hearing Doc live!
Good night and keep pickin’
Thanks for the nice note. Yes, I regret that Mom hasn’t been around to see all her wonderful grand-children (and now great-grandchildren) grow up. She would have loved them all. Glad that you have more family in your life now.
I did not get to Merlefest and am having a bit of withdrawal now as well. Hope to go next year.
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