Ok y’all, I’m calling this Flashback Friday because I went through a box of old pictures the other day with my sister. Wow, tears came to my eyes at some of them. It is good to reminisce sometimes.
Found this picture of me and Grandpa. I have always loved this picture. I grew up sitting on his lap. He passed away when I was fourteen.
Some of the other grandkids would say that I was his favorite. He loved us all though. I just spent more time with him. I followed him around all the time and pretended to be sick so I could stay home from school and spend the day with him. Those are some great memories. His Favorite sayings were “Christie in a cup with her tail stuck up and Don’t take no wooden nickels”. He was a character! LOL.
I also found this picture of me and mom at my wedding. Wow, what a beautiful smile she had. She has been gone to be with the Lord now for three years and I still catch myself wanting to pick up the phone and call her.
My sister and brother may get mad at me for putting these on social media, but I don’t care. I love these pics of us. I have always love looking at old pictures. Now days they are what people would call “Vintage”. I guess that makes us vintage too.
This is a picture of my little brother, I can’t leave him out. He is eight years younger than me. He was a cutie
I love all my brothers and sisters. Family is so important and I am so blessed to have them. You know when you need them, they are there.
Going through that box of old pictures was my adventure for this week. I hope y’all have enjoyed my little walk back in time, even though it had nothing to with RV living. I guess this post could also be called getting to know Christie. lol. I enjoy writing these blogs and I like to share this crazy life in tow with y’all, even though it’s not always full off excitement, its still a good life. I hope y’all enjoy reading them.
Be sure to live life and love on your family,
We are Darren and Christie Berry We sold our house in April of 2017 and moved into a 24 foot camper. We needed a little bit more room, so in January of 2019 we moved into a 37 foot Class A motorhome. Darren still works a conventional job so we are still tied tied down to the area. We travel as much as time will allow us to. Some people would say that we are homeless, but we have a home and it goes with us where ever we go.