Not your average post, but images I will cherish forever! This is my Grandpa, Robert, that I just met for the first time. What I learned: - we get our height from this side of the family - he served in the army for 3 years - he has a wife, 2 daughters and 4 grandkids - pictures in your home really do tell a story and if you don’t print your photos I encourage you to do it instantly and tell your story inside your home - he retired from working at General Motors 24 years ago - he’s 77 -he met my grandma when he came to army training in Yakima -technology is amazing and I got to FaceTime my brother so he could meet them face to face as well *all the feels* All is basic information, but answers so many questions I’ve had for a long time! I’m still processing so much and piecing together a lot, but thank you God for giving me an opportunity to fill in a portion of my story and the courage to take the step. My heart is so incredibly full ♥️ Lesson- don’t be afraid to ask questions when it comes to your family, you deserve to know
“Possibility blindness” -Les Brown Let that quote sink in for a second. We are so quick to stop ourselves from opportunities or achieving our goals because WE BELIEVE when we tell ourselves that- I will never get there, I’m not worthy of that, I’m not capable of that. Well guess what, YOU ARE! If you need to hear it or haven’t heard it from someone let me tell you, you are worth it. Get your mind right and believe in yourself. ♥️ This boy right here is the sweetest most thoughtful 5 year old and he inspires me to continue to nurture his kindness and to lead him into believing he can do whatever he desires.
Yesterday was something else. I cannot wait to share more from this day!
Always seem to be a high five or two as the bride and groom exit! The joy that beams through the couple and crowd after being newly announced is one of my favorites!