I was recently flipping through some recent and older photographs; while doing so, I discovered not only that we have taken an incredibly huge number of pictures along the way, but also that most have rich meaning to me and to Patty. Should you show them to Patty or I, you may fall victim to a very long and tedious story (or stories.)
For example, the second photo in the second row is of me with our nephew Ian, during a vacation our family took in Canada; I hadn't seen Ian in some time, and yet he was an entirely natural extension of our normal crew. The fifth picture in the fifth row shows Kelly at her first communion. On that day, she was, far and away, the most beautiful little girl in the world. Row five, photo two was from one of several special visits to Lake Geneva; Neil, Patty and I acted like little kids for several days running.
Anyway, I cropped out pieces of several images that caught my eye, and threw them together in this array. Please don't take offense if you don't see yourself here; I will likely make similar collages several times in the future, when I have the opportunity to further immerse myself in our library of snaps.
To see the image a bit more clearly, click on any spot on the picture and a larger version will appear.