Tuesday, June 29, 2010


Last Sunday we had a time of celebration at the Radford home...we celebrated Father's Day with my Dad, Zack's send off for his upcoming deployment and Ms. Lillies birthday. Below are a few pics from the evening.

Father's Day was a bit different this year for the Liles family. Zack is deploying next week and before each deployment our Pastor prays over him. So the entire clan went to church in Kinston on Father's Day to be with Zack as he prepares. Although, this was somewhat of a sad note our Dad at the same time was beaming with pride at the man the Zack has become.

Zack and Shane

As we sat in church on Sunday we were surprised by several of our friends that came to support him. I tell you when I left I felt so blessed to know that so many people support Zack and the other men and women who go out and serve our country.

Cinnamon, Sarah and Kade

Last week the Greenville girls came to Wilson for Bunco. We had so much fun just being together-holding babies, laughing and EATING!!

Danielle, Taylor, Katie and Caroline

Jeanne's baby, Davis loves dogs. He face just glows when he sees a dog and Dowdy was no exception. The moment he saw him he just laughed. We let the boys play together.
I love this picture!!

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Anna Kate's Shower

Last Saturday we gave Katie a shower for Miss Anna Kate. Katie and the girls
Tickled pink with all AK's gifts!

Diaper cake-Taylor and Ms. Nancy made this and it was precious.

Today we celebrated with Casey at a shower for Miss Addison. I am so sad that I did not have my camera. Casey and Katie are due at the same time. Exciting times in the lives of the "Bible study girls". Little miracles are surrounding us. :)

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Fun Weekend

Last weekend I went to Savannah, Georgia with my some my Wilson friends Amity and Melodie. We had a very nice relaxing weekend.

My favorite part was eating at "The Lady and Sons". I admit I am a Paula Deen fan. I admire the fact that she took $200 and built a booming business.

We took a tour of the city and visited St.John's Cathedral. It was beautiful.

Along the walls they had built ins that told the store of the journey Jesus took to the cross. It was so neat to walk around that beautiful church and be reminded of the journey that Jesus took for me and you.

The homes were beautiful!!

We ran each morning to Forsyth Park. Along the trail we saw the 2 statues above and this fountain. This fountain was ordered out of mail order catalog for $2500 many years ago. Can you imagine how much it would cost today?! It was a nice relaxing weekend in such a beautiful southern town.
Thanks to the men and women who fight for our freedom so that we can enjoy each day. May the gratitude that we experience on Memorial Day live in our hearts each day. You girls and guys make me so proud!!

I had to share this picture. This is how I found Dowdy Sunday night. He has made his way under a piece of furniture in the kitchen. Bryan told me when I left that they were going to have a "Bachelor Weekend". I guess Dowdy has too much fun. :)