Count It All Joy When You Celebrate a Milestone…

Count It All Joy When You Celebrate a Milestone…
Hardy L. Brown. Photo by Benoit Malphettes

Hardy L. Brown. Photo by Benoit Malphettes

This past week our children decided to gather for church and brunch to celebrate our 53rd wedding anniversary. It was good to gather at the church where our children grew up and hear our oldest daughter, Lynn Renee, talk about what they did as children in church and what it meant to them. Of course we could not hang around after church like we wanted to, because we had to make a luncheon appointment in Fontana. It brought back memories of the girls singing in the choir and Hardy II on the usher board and Cheryl leading groups of kids as the director of the Young People’s Division.

One of the best parts of the day was opening a treasure chest of written reflections of our lives from our children and grand children. I am taking my time this week to read and enjoy them.

I found some pictures I’d like to share with them and you.

Hardy II at St Paul AME usher conference,

Hardy II at St Paul AME usher conference.

Kids in front of Brown’s bookstore Riverside.

Kids in front of Brown’s bookstore Riverside.

Laying out the paper.

Laying out the paper.

25th wedding anniversary celebration at St. Paul AME.

25th wedding anniversary celebration at St. Paul AME.

Down south feeding the hogs at Uncle Harry’s.

Down south feeding the hogs at Uncle Harry’s.

Girl Scout Leader.

Girl Scout Leader.

Hardy Brown Honorary PhD reception.

Hardy Brown Honorary PhD reception.

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