Friday, February 4, 2011

As you know, Sunday morning came with piles of fresh, white snow! It was glorious!

I'm posting this one again because I like it so much. :)
Daddy and Mama pelting each other, LOL... (Edwin's caught in the crossfire, poor child)
Beautiful Sister Mine

(love Mama's sprinting in the back ground!)
William Cleveland
My big bro! Great smile, great style, even greater heart....
(that is a very endearing (but odd) name I made up for Mother dear.)
Andrew! Snow balls in bare hands are very cold. :) I love you, bubba!
Perfect, fluffy whiteness on stone steps.
Dog wood tree.
Little Paul with a BIG snow ball...
Mama and Daddy, the cutest couple ever!! I love them so, and this picture of them...
Paul's shocked expression when one of them mean ole snow things actually hit him. :D Cutie!
Snow man makin'
"Alright, alright, ahh-what we've done here, is we've freed up the plug..."
-Red GreenMe, getting soaked and having a blast!

A few hours later, after meeting and talking exuberantly to quite a few people, having been livened by the thrill of the cold air and snow, Martha informed me that I had a large mascara smear under my right eye.

Next time I will avoid rubbing my eyes with wet gloves. Social situations will go better for me.
"Who shall be next..."
Andrew Tully
"Right on target..."
LOL, that poor snowman's head is a bit small.

John does not look very pleased.

I'm smiling because the camera is pointed in my direction, and the snowman does look odd.

Edwin is apparently avoiding a snowball.
Andrew and Cleve
Poor Mama got snow IN her ear. Goodness...
Mid-air bomb...
A last shot before going back inside... ;)
It was such a pleasure meeting these sweet girls! We all talked around the fire for a while, and then it was time for the church service to start, so off we went!

After it was over, we stayed and talked with folks for a bit, and then it was on the road to home, to Georgia!

Praising the Lord for such an incredible trip!!

Love y'all, and have a fabulous, beautiful day.

Adeline Grace


Michele said...

Hello Morton Family,
Thank you for posting such great pictures of the conference! They all bring back such wonderful memories!! Hope that you are all doing well and keeping warm.
The Hopes

Mrs.Rabe said...

What a beautiful family, and a beautiful trip.

Such a blessing...

Anonymous said...

Gotta love playing in the snow! I live in Canada so there's always a lot to play with, and lately, a little too much :S. Such a blessing to see your family enjoying God's creation to the fullest!.

God Bless,

Ashley :)

KatrinaG said...

What great pictures! I am posting for the first time to say how much I admire that green hat. That is one of the most fabulous hats that I have seen for a while. Martha is wearing it quite well.

I enjoy your blog and your adventures.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic pictures of a wonderful time. We met the Kendalls at an NCFIC conference last summer. What a sweet family.
Looks like you all had a great time in the snow. We got a tiny bit here this morning but nothing like those northern snowstorms.
Thanks for sharing all these great photos. There are some excellent photographers in your house.



Carmen Martin said...

Glad to hear you made it safe down South despite all the snow. And as far as meeting you goes, the pleasure was ours.

-Carmen (one of the girls from around the fire)

Emily said...

How cute are you?! I just love the "getting soaked and having a blast!" picture of you!
Thank you for posting these! It was so nice being reminded of such fond memories. Wonderful, wonderful conference.
Blessings to you and yours!

The Real Me! said...

I loved the look on your Mom's face when she was flinging that snow ball. Priceless! What a happy time!