Archive for the ‘Katelyn’ Tag

Holiday Season Flashback #2   5 comments

Christmas '0523 Katelyn art blog.jpgKatelyn Turner, December 21, 2005 — Photo-Artistry by kenne

A girl who is bespectacled

Don’t even get her nectaled

But safety pins and bassinets

Await the girl who fascinets.

— Ogden Nash

Photo Archive   Leave a comment

Granddad Art II blogGranddad with New Born Granddaughter, Katelyn (September 24, 2003) 

I was going through my photo archives today and updated the first photo with Katelyn.

Make me an angel
My grandchild bundle of joy
I held her up close.

— kenne

Joy and Katelyn, January 2006   2 comments

Joy & Katelyn2006-01-06-22 blogJoy and Katelyn, January 2006 — Image by kenne

Though she be but little, she is fierce.

— William Shakespeare

Silhouettes by Katie   2 comments

Silhouette granddad and jaxon blogkenne and Grandson Jaxon

Silhouette granddad and Jaxon - 2 blogkenne and Grandson Jaxon

silhouette katelyn blogGranddaughter Katelyn

Silhouette katelyn - 2 blogGranddaughter Katelyn
(iPhone Images by Katie Turner Bailey)

During the week of March 12th, son David, granddaughter Katelyn,
daughter Katie, grandsons Nick and Jaxon visited Joy and me in Tucson.
Each day would end watching the sunset from the patio.
On several occasions, Katie took images with her iPhone.

— kenne

Father And Daughter Image   1 comment

d-katelyn-iii-framed-blog IISon, Kenne David and Granddaughter, Katelyn at About the Same Ages — Image by kenne (April 6, 2011)

Two moments,
captured in time
each a generation apart
father and daughter
creating a new reality
a moment in time.

— kenne

Katelyn’s Zen Moment   4 comments

Janie & David VisitGranddaughter Katelyn’s Zen Moment (March 15, 2011) — Image by kenne

Four stones forming one
Sculptured in perfect balance
And  presence of mind.

— kenne

Christmas Past #4   5 comments


Christmas '0529 Katelynx

Katelyn (1 of 2) art blogChristmas Past #4 (Katelyn, December 21, 2005) — Images by kenne

“Christmas waves a magic wand over this world,

and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.”

— Norman Vincent Peale

 

 

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