A few years ago I watched a very moving video during a professional development meeting at school. This particular meeting was one where you actually take something away from the session and enjoy the message being taught. It was about togetherness and how together we can make a difference. That's one thing that I've learned about being a teacher- you can't do it all on your own. The saying is true to me, "It takes a village to raise a child."
On one of my most recent trips back and forth between Columbia and Raleigh I noticed a billboard that had a picture of this man and his son with "Team Hoyt" and I thought of this video that I had watched at that particular professional development meeting. I searched on the internet to find it, and there it was!
I wanted to share it with you because I think you'll enjoy it as much as I do. Get a kleenex- everytime I watch it I need one!
So if you know anything about me, then you know that I LOVE to take pictures! :) I have 2 of these large photo storage containers full of photographs as well as a few of the smaller versions of these boxes as well. But when I have some down time I like to showcase my most favorite images in a scrapbook.
I can even personalize the cover and binder of my scrapbook...
There's so many ways to preserve your memories these days. Either the tradional scrapbook way or now the latest and greatest, digital scrapbooks.By taking care of your images you are preserving the stories of a lifetime!
Crewe! My sweet, precious nephew is FiNaLlY here! He arrived yesterday morning weighing in at 9lbs. and 7 1/2 oz. He sure is a big fella! Just look at those sweet cheeks!
Big Brother was SO excited. When I arrived at the hospital he was waiting in the lobby and I asked him if he was excited. His response was, "From my head to my feet!" Don't have have the most adorable nephews!?!?
My favorite of the day...
Thanks Andy & Brooke for blessing our family with new life!