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Monthly Archives: December 2008


Overwhelmed, not by the situation that we’ve had to deal with the last couple of days but by the outpouring of kindness, concern, love, and gifts that many of our friends near and far have exhibited through this small glitch in our lives. We have had many emails, facebook comments, phone calls, and much support […]

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A Very Merry Christmas to All!

Record planning, 6 days prior to we decided to have a Christmas Open House which was held this past Sunday. With the help of facebook, internet, and texting we invited peeps to come to the open house to fellowship, worship, and just plain have some fun with friends, old and new. It was a nice […]

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Matko Christmas Dinner

This year our Christmas dinner was held at Market Broiler. All were there except David (Senior Design Engineer) and his wife. It was a nice time.

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Mitten Wedding

As promised, I’m blogging every 3 days!  Yay for me!  Here’s the plan, I will post the weddings I shot as a 2nd shooter in a backwards order starting from November back to March until I get caught up.  During the course of the year I probably posted maybe 4 out of the 17 so […]

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Thanksgiving Highlights

I know, I know, it’s near Christmas and I’m posting about Thanksgiving.  I’m really not ready for Christmas to come– don’t get me wrong, the day we celebrate Christ’s birth is the best holyday to me but I’m just now about to begin my Christmas preparations.  Anyway, just wanted to share picture highlights of another […]

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The Journey: A Christmas Play

This is a beautiful play your whole family will enjoy and help get you into the spirit of Christmas. Performances: December 5, 6, 7 and 12, 13, 14 Fridays @ 8 p.m., Saturdays @ 3 p.m. & 8 p.m., Sundays @ 3 p.m.   [excerpt taken from Inland Theatre] Heartland Players Theatre Co. invites you […]

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A picture is worth a thousand words…

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