Thursday, February 16, 2012

Humor Abounds

That husband of mine was always so full of life and so funny. He enjoyed everything about living and could take the most mundane things to find joy in. I was thinking today about the times he would just crack us up....

This is my 'Willie Nelson' kind of husband.... picking and singing. He couldn't play a gituar but he loved to 'play like he could'


Boys will be boys.... riding on one of the grandsons scooters. He was a little kid again, having a ball.


We are in the Elizabethan Gardens in Manteo, N. C. and I am trying to take a
SERIOUS picture of Elbert sitting on a limb of one of the trees. Just as I snapped... he stuck his tongue out at me. You had to laugh at silly antics like this.


Elbert really was trying hard to get that rowing machine going... it wasn't funny to him but we thought it was. 'Row, row, row your boat, Honey...'


We had this picture made at a Beachmaster's Reunion. Love those muscles my sailor has!! And, my long, flowing gold tresses. We were always up for the unique and crazy.


Elbert was already sick with Alzheimers yet he had not forgotten how to stick that tongue out at me.


Another crazy picture. This one was taken at Opryland in Tennesse with Elbert, me, daughter Marie and granddaughter Yvonne.

I can look back now at all  these good times and relive the fun and enjoyment of just being together.
Miss you Honey.

5 comments:

Marie said...

Really cute post, Mom! Dad was always so full of fun and loving! He knew how to make the most of life!

rkbsnana said...

Aren't you glad you have those pictures? You did have fun, didn't you.

NewKidontheBlogg said...

Very nice humor and remembrances.

Dolores said...

Pictures and memories.......what a blessing!
You have so many wonderful pictures of you and Elbert!!

Stacey said...

I'm way behind here!! I read this and loved it, absolutely loved the pictures! You all seemed to have lots of fun in your household. I thought I had already commented, but I see that somehow I didn't. But I had to comment on this, made me laugh! Special memories!