Wednesday, March 31, 2010

An Afternoon with Olivia


“Perfect love sometimes does not come until grandchildren are born.”
(Welsh Proverb)

29 comments:

Avatar said...

What a GREAT proverb...from one grandparent to another, I agree. Precious girl, precious pic.

Donald said...

Dude!

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Valerie Francis said...

Beautiful!

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Amalia Amaki said...

Awwwww, Bishop. How precious! Thanks for posting...

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Rhonda Nelson said...

awww so sweet and perfect

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Shana Violet Wright said...

She is sooo beautiful!!! Smiling and ready to share her love with the entire WORLD!!!!

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Ebony Thornton said...

What a cutie!!

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Sonya Sawyer said...

What a beautiful little girl and a wonderful picture.

The Centurion said...

Good word tonight...was struck with the thought of King Herod having to stand by his words even when he spoke them in a blinded passion because as king he must follow through on his words for them to have power. Thought of each one of us as kings and for us to ensure that our words carry weight we must follow through on them even if we speak without thinking or out of mis/lack of understanding. Had Herod not taken John's head nothing he would have said from then on would have been taken seriously by his people. So too our words must be follow by action regardless of wether we intended to speak them or else no one will take us seriously. ...and this thought as well. I think Herod's brother's wife was the one who had the problem with John. It seems as if she is the true catalyst behind Herod's actions in regards to John.

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Patti Cook said...

Knew she was gorgeous...and she is...thanks, Bish! What an amazing little addition to the fam!

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Linda M Curtis said...

Doesn't a moment like that just make everything else just "stand still and go away" for awhile ? Beautiful, savor it, breathe it in and just enjoy.......it doesn't last nearly long enough.

River said...

What a beautiful little lady. Can't Tell Your A Proud PAPA

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Karl McIntosh Cobos said...

Looks like a great, relaxing and enjoyable moment...very nice.

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Kimberly Wilson said...

Love the Welsh Proverb-such a sweet blessing, great to see her in Church tonight!

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Beverly McKee said...

AMEN to that one !!

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Teresa Bailey said...

No wonder you hurried home! She's beautiful!

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Teresa Bailey said...

No wonder you hurried home! She's beautiful!

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Lindsey Pettite said...

Love love love!

Not1Lost said...

Now that's gotta make ya SMILE! Sooo cute I cant quit smilin!

I have 9 so far last daughter just got married...

Peace,
Dennis

Keith said...

It's really good to see you so happy ... Great service last night ...

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Karin Przybilski said...

Awwweee...So cute!

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Janice Jarrett said...

spirit to spirit!!!! She is beautiful!!!

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John W. Brumlow said...

just gotta add my awww how cute here. Partly because the ratio of women to men posting is out of balance but mainly because the picture touched my heart. May Olivia continue to bring much joy into your life, friend.

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Darlene Swilley said...

I dont even have to say it.........I LOVE IT>>>>>>>>

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Darlene Zenami said...

I know the feeling!!! :-)

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Berita Mooneyhan said...

She is sooooo alert! She knows she's in the lap of her grand dad! Thx for sharing.

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Loretta Gail Reynolds said...

I have 7 and love every minute I spend with or talking to them. Enjoy every second. Olivia is just beautiful.

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Virginia Bills said...

Although, I am in no hurry, I look forward to one day loving Talisha's children they way you love your grandkids. Love is amazing!

Donald said...

Her Majesty seems to think this photo had to have been computer enhanced to be that fine. She actually used the word "sweet", but I feel a little bit silly saying "sweet" in a serious way.