Monday, September 10, 2007

Pictures from my Africa Trip


This is some of the pictures from my trip to Africa to visit my sister this summer. Hope you enjoy!

15 comments:

Marsha said...

Okay, make me cry!

It's great, Miss.

Kim said...

Really good slide show. I love that the music matches.

Marsha said...

Okay, now you owe me a new laptop since I just ruined mine from the crying yet again...this time because you put it to music. That's an awesome song. Love it!
But love you more.

Abbey said...

These are beautiful!

Stacy said...

Missy, you are an awesome friend, woman, wife and mother! I love the site and I love you!!!!!!!!

Stacy

michelle said...

I am SO glad you are blogging! I loved the pictures. I am so happy you got to go see your sister and even just to go at all. Seems like it was an awesome trip.

Virginia said...

okay, that song- totally has me crying. and i so did not know that you could add music to a slide show! very cool!

thanks for the encouragement on my blog today... it means a lot to hear it from another mom that i know has a "passionate" little girly too.

Stace' said...

I didn't cry, but loved the slide show, and the song.

Kudos on making all these women cry. They should have heard us sing like "dying cows" so many yrs. ago.

care-in said...

Great pics girl! I love how Laura's girls look so natural among the local people. Were they born there or in the states?

Stace' said...

I made the pumpkin bread!!!

I ended up using my recipe for pumpkin bread after reading reviews. I can't wait to try it in the morning!!

I wrapped it while still hot, and put it in the fridge (made 4 mini loaves). They should be good and moist. I'll let you know...

Stace' said...

BTW, I also made 3 chicken pot pies, 2 southwestern chicken pot pies, and a cherry pie with lattice on top.

I only have 2 pies left in my fridge...

Marsha said...

Stace...I'm so glad I've given you all such a "mooving" memory! :)

Missy said...

Veazer...the girls were both born here. But she is pregnant with girl # 3 and is on bed rest. Ya'll can be praying for her. She is 31 weeks.

Stace'- my aren't we industrious today!!! I made that pumpkin bread from my link, and it was very good. I also made a batch into muffins and spooned the cream cheese into the top middle. Those were better than the bread!

Marsha said...

I keep forgetting to ask you about this music. Is this something you got from Jon Johnson? How did Tonya, Jon and Travis get on the end of the music? Or am I just THINKING that's who that is talking at the end. Help me, I'm confused.

Marsha said...

PS - When you take down this music, please help me download it (upload it - whatever) onto my computer.