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My three kids together, May 2012.

This photo session was accompanied by the usual problems.

And dogs.

Weston arrived home Thursday from his first year at WVU, and Ross leaves for Norfolk tomorrow (Sunday).

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 5, 2012  

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  1. 5-5

    Great shot (the top one!), lucky to get it I’m sure, haha. They look like they really love to have their pictures taken. But it’s so nice to have good pictures of them, isn’t it? The one with the dogs is precious… I have to get my daughter’s together this year for a nice photo – maybe one with me too. I would really like that. The hard part will be to get my youngest to participate, she HATES to have her photo taken. I hope Ross will be able to come home often.

  2. 5-5

    That’s Ross smiling! Right? :o When I’d make faces like Morgan is making my parents would tell me my face was gonna freeze like that.
    :lol: So glad the family is together again! Enjoy!

  3. 5-5

    be sure and get a group shot before ross leaves tomorrow!

  4. 5-6

    Nice they got to spend a couple of days together before Ross had to leave. They look like they really enjoy photos. Camera time can be such a chore.

  5. 5-6

    Great kids, Suzanne. Best wishes to Ross on his deployment.

  6. 5-6

    Treasure this one! Trust me,shots like this will get fewer and fewer.

    I am trying to remember when we had our two together for a photo session…..

  7. 5-6

    Great work. God speed to Ross.

  8. 4-24

    Great to see a pic of your kids. I just finished reading your book and was very sad to have finished it. You remind me of myself (except for the farm in the boonies part) and 52 sure did remind me of the man I recently had the courage to leave as well. You are courageous and I just love your sense of humor !! I’m glad you have your site as I can continue following you and would love to one day visit one of your workshops. I love looking at your animals (bouncing sheep especially!!). Keep your half glass full mentality Suzanne!! Love to you from Texas !!


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