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Savannah’s Graduation Pictures Part One

These are just the first of the batch of images I took of my smart and beautiful niece Savannah Sipos.  She graduated yesterday, May 28, 2016 from the Dallas School for the Talented and Gifted.  This Fall she will be studying at UT Dallas.

I will share more images in a day or two.

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Week 13 – TCU’s first game in the new Amon G Carter Stadium

Tailgating before the game

David Belding, Jacob Belding, Mary Belding Martin, Alec Martin, Brad Pittman and Mark Belding

Brad at Frog Alley

Brad at Frog Alley

Alec, me and Brad posing at the east side entrance

Brad and Alec in front of north end zone seating with field behind them

Player introductions on giant scoreboard. There was a bit of a breeze.

First Kickoff of first game in new ACS and as a member of the Big 12 from section 215

View of west and south side crowd from section 215 late in first quarter.

View of west side crowd with peak of upper deck late in first quarter.

Brad enjoying the fireworks display after the game in celebration of Coach Gary Patterson setting the records for career wins surpassing the legendary coach Dutch Meyer.


Week 8

Revisiting a couple of previous locations.

Windmill

Windmill

 

Moss Lane

Just Before Sunset


Legacy Class - North Side Baptist Church, Weatherford Texas

This past Friday, February the 10th, Northside Baptist Church was blessed by the Watoto children’s choir.  They are a wonderfully talented and delightful group of children led by very caring and equally talented adult mentors. We were truly blessed by their testimonies and their songs of praise.  I was taking pictures from my seat and some of them turned out good.  However, still images cannot do them justice.  One must see them live to really appreciate them.  More importantly the work being done at Watoto for these kids and many more like them is worth our support. 

About Watoto:  Watoto is a holistic care program that was initiated as a response to the overwhelming number of orphaned and vulnerable children and women in Africa.  It is positioned to rescue an individual, raise each one as a leader in their chosen sphere of life so that they in turn will rebuild their nation.  The…

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