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"Standing tall is a very admirable thing. There are very few stories in history of heroes who slouched to the rescue. Likewise, most individuals don't look up to people who are drooped over."
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Tuesday, October 9, 2007


Fun picture of my niece, Shaylee.


Sherri said...

What a cutie!! Look at all of that hair!!!!

Tanya Siekman said...

Love those cheeks!

I already delurked! heheheheh!

what is so funny as soon as I hit send to send a comment a little bit ago, you dinged with one!

Great minds .... huh?

The Dairy Wife

Andrea said...

Too cute! LOL!

carrie & troy keiser said...

She was born with tons of hair... we have hair jealously over here, as none of mine had any hair for ages! Her eyes have been that wide open since she popped out! I just loved this picture and well figured it would be fun to share my sister's sweet Shaylee>
Dairy Wife (Tanya)- glad to see you! Of course we have great minds! :-)

Anonymous said...

awwwwwwhhhhhhh! i am still giggling awwwhhhh! :) kathleen

Anonymous said...

and i had NO HAIR for 2 years. my mom would scotch tape a ribbon to my bald head so people would think i was a girl! :)

carrie & troy keiser said...

Greatful-Oh that is classic 'scotch tape a ribbon'!

Anonymous said...

yep, she sure did tape my head with a ribbon! and she said i used to stand up in the church pew on sundays and make faces at the families behind us and she would hear snickering and laughter behind her in Sacrament meetings. i love it when i see little ones do that during Sacrament! they are so cute to get that kind of reaction from those around them :) ah, laughter, the best medicine! kathleen :)

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