Sunday, February 26, 2006

Cafe Du Mond

Here we are getting ready to eat beneiges and drink some coffee at the Cafe Du Monde. Art, Terri, AB. Betty, me and Woody. This was the first trip to New Orleans for Woody and Terri. Terri's first Carnival, it's not yet Mardi Gras and she's all ready to come back nerxt year. After Fat Tuesday she might change her mind. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis Wilson-Cathers, number one grandson. Got some BIG eyes, huh. Still doesn't like to be called Mi Lindo. Posted by Picasa

The Freemans' new home

Here is the new house the Freemans are having built in Slidell, La. This will replace their homes which were destroyed by the flood waters after Hurricane Katrina. It'll look better with bricks and grass. That'll come later. Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Morgan Wade

Now, tell me, is this not one cute kid? He looks just a little mischievous but I am told that he is a perfect little angle. He always behaves and minds his parents. That is wonderful to know, isn't it? Posted by Picasa

Sunday, February 19, 2006

Kim attains age Thirty-eight

On February 19, 2006, Kim reached the ripe old age of thirty-eight. Here she is enjoying some of her gifts. Posted by Picasa

Friday, February 17, 2006

Sunday, February 12, 2006

Kristen and Jennie

Here's a picture of Kristen and Jennie that I took yesterday(2/11/06) as we were getting ready for the neighborhood carnival parade. I thought it came out pretty good
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Monday, February 06, 2006

No! It is NOT the Three Stoodges

This picture of Art, me and A.B. was taken in June of 2003. Art and I were still as cute as we were 60 years earlier. (See below) At least A.B. looks happy. Posted by Picasa

Art and me

This is a picture of my brother Charles Arthur Cathers (aka Art, Tex, Charlie and Doc) from about 1941 or '42. Weren't we a couple of cute little fellers back then. The dog eating a bisquit is Fido. We lived back in the hills of Kentucky when this photo was taken. World War Two was going on or very close to starting at the time. (Art was born May 6, 1940) Within the next year or two, we had moved to Hamilton, Ohio, and dad went to work in the war industry first at Mosler Safe Company and then at Black and Clawson. Posted by Picasa

Saturday, February 04, 2006

St. Claude Avenue in the Ninth Ward

Five months after Katrina and huses ares still boarded up and fallen trees have not been removed. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, February 02, 2006

Mom's poem

This is a poem that my mother wrote and read in church a few weeks ago. To my knowledge, this is her first attempt at writing and it is pretty dog gone good.

Click on the image to make it larger. Posted by Picasa