Emma’s Old Gallery

Pictures of Emma with her family and friends.


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9 thoughts on “Emma’s Old Gallery

  1. Terry Broyer

    Hi Catherine,
    I’m glad your Mother gave me the email address to this site. Alot of people ask me how everything is going, now I can give them this address also. It looks like you guys are doing OK. Just wanted to let you know I keep you all in my prayers and I think about your whole family all the time. Keep up the positive attitude! I love all the pictures.

    Love
    Terry

  2. Juliana Austin

    I am a friend of Uncle Jeremiah’s from many years ago. I am a Pediatrician in Portland, OR and I work with many children with chronic illnesses. I have taken a look at your blog and it has filled me with inspiration. It is so amazing to get a glimpse of your life through your and your family’s eyes. Thank you so much for sharing. I wish you all the best.

  3. Janelle Fleming

    I’m so happy things are going well for all of you. Emma, you look amazing! You, Daddy & your brother have some beautiful bald heads! I’m so proud of you for staying strong & positive. I’m very glad to see your smile in all your pictures. As a baby you always had a smile on your face & found happiness in just about everything! I love you so much & thank you for the smile you bring to my face everytime I think of you. I miss you all & hope things continue to go well. Talk to you soon,

    Love, Janelle
    (Emma & Claressa’s “Jananny”)

  4. Grandma Wanda Lou

    This is so fun, to see your event at the Beach. I am sure I would be uncomfortable in all that humidity, but others love it. Little David will learn to enjoy the sand and water. To bad he was a pill. Love, Grandma

  5. Wanda Whitaker

    Your “crazy” outfit is interesting. Maybe you could be a clothing designer, or better yet, a costume designer. Claressa looks wild with that hair and makeup going on. Chuckle. Glad you could have fun. Love, Grandma Wanda Lou

  6. Wanda Whitaker

    We stagger on the edge of anticipation. What lies round the corner? What sits way up high in the dark? Holding onto the ray of light…the light of faith and hope. Hearts throbbing, eyes wet.

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